Home School Psychology – Anger #Togetherathome
In this video, Mr. Parker explains how important and powerful the emotion of anger is and some skills we can use to control it. Mr. Parker explains some of the things that make him angry and how he responds to anger. By recognizing clues to how we act when we’re angry we can know that we are starting to get angry. By paying attention to how our body reacts to anger we can better control our anger. Mr. Parker then uses a role-play exercise to explain how we can pay attention when people around us are getting angry. He finishes up by singing a song to help us remember how to control our anger.
Be aware of your feelings everywhere that you go take a deep breath in before you’re out of control get some knowledge on your triggers count to five on your fingers knowing what your body looks like and feels like when you’re Mad can be a great tool to you it’ll help you make it through
Mr. Parker has a wide range of experience including teaching at the university level, working in elementary, middle, and high schools and using music to make social-emotional skills relatable. He’s been playing the guitar and drums for over 15 years and loves making music. He believes music allows us to relax, have fun, and better remember things we are learning. He’s found that just listening to music can calm our nerves, help us smile more and better understand our feelings. With over 8 years of experience in schools, universities and private practice, he hopes you’ll enjoy these lessons and looks forward to singing with you!
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