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How to Be Angry: An Assertive Anger Expression Group Guide for Kids and Teens 1st Edition
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The book is geared more towards typically developing young people, but I think there is something for everyone in the book. Thanks to Signe for writing a great book! This is a must-have for teachers and counselors everywhere!
While How to Be Angry does address anger (identifying one's anger triggers and learning to cope with them), it also addresses healthy communication including: disagreeing without arguing, receiving and accepting compliments, making I-Statements (SO important!), handling bullying assertively, responding to angry people, and other important life skills.
Although How to Be Angry is designed to be a guide for facilitators working with kids on anger and assertiveness skills, I think it would be an excellent tool for parents, as well, especially those looking for a structured way to help their kids improve communication skills. The strategies shared are essential to anyone wanting to improve interpersonal relationship skills, and they're laid out in a very organized, clear, lesson-plan like manner. Each section of the book has instructions, resource pages outlining the skill steps, and suggestions for adapting the lesson to different age groups. The book is recommended for kids ages 5 to 18. I would also recommend it for adults, since many adults could benefit from basic social skills instruction, too.Read more ›
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As a parent, teacher and human being this is an excellent book. Too often we do not take the time to teach our young that we do not get to choose our feelings but we do have a... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Michael McKnight
This Guide is an Excellent Resource for Anyone working with young people Today. As an Educator, Mental Health Professional, Counselor, Childcare Provider, or Parent you will find... Read morePublished on September 18, 2013 by Positive Mom
This is an amazing book that is very teachable! I am using it with a group of adolescent boys and they are excited with the experiential activities in the book. Read morePublished on July 24, 2013 by S. D. Torres
We just purchased 30 of your "How To Be Angry" books for use in our Learning Labs. We have the Labs in 30 elementary schools and their purpose is to provide social skills... Read morePublished on May 9, 2013 by Aimee M Novak
Anyone who has kids, works with kids, or cares about kids & their anger expression will find this book useful. Read morePublished on August 26, 2012 by Laurie Wallace Theisen