“How do you Know when you’re Angry?” I ask the 15 “at-risk teens” sitting in a circle at 8:30 a.m. . I go around the room, one at a time.
“My heart races”, “my fists clench”, “I get hot”.
“Good. These are your Early Warning Signals. When you can identify the signal of your anger before it comes out of your mouth you have a chance to change your behavior.”
“Let’s do the breathing. Inha…
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