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Web Chat: Anger Management: Mon 27th June 4:30-5pm

Join us for a chat from 4:30pm on Monday 27th June 2016.

Are you struggling to manage or emotions or know someone else who is?  Feeling frustrated that no one seems to understand? Want to find out hints and tips for managing your emotions? Join this chat on Monday 27th June 4:30pm – 5pm to get advice from a healthcare professional, connect with other young people, ask questions, find answers and discuss.

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User has removed their details / 27 Jun 16:26

Welcome to todays chat which is thinking about how to manage your anger or help someone else with theirs.

User has removed their details / 27 Jun 16:29

Hi Not sure what

means sorry
hope to hear from you

Jo Bates / 27 Jun 16:35
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User has removed their details / 27 Jun 16:41

welcome to the chat on Anger management sorry for the delay

User has removed their details / 27 Jun 16:51

Ten tops for managing your Anger
have you tried ...
1, taking deep breaths
2, relaxation ,
3, mindfulness
4, counting to 10 and walking away
5, exercise such as running , walking, dancing
6, distract yourself with things you you enjoy doing like cooking , art , listening to music, writing poetry
7, talk to others , use your support network
8, try to recognise what triggers your anger as knowing , helps find a solution
9, eat well sleep well , play well
10, be persistant , keep trying the ideas they do help

User has removed their details / 27 Jun 17:06

The chat is about to close - I hope you find some of the tips to manage anger better useful and please refer to the Health for Teens Web site for more advice and support or see your School Nurse, Gp or a trusted adult.
Take care! :)

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Health for Teens anger management section 

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