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I felt LONELY when _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ 3. I felt EXCITED when ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ 4. I felt NERVOUS when ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ 5. I felt ANGRY when ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ 6.

Write about your feelings. b. If you felt good, why? c. Do you feel good when you hurt others? d. How do you feel when others hurt you? Write the words you use when talking with others about your anger. For one week, monitor your inner self-talk and outer behavior. Write down your bodily reactions: breathing, clenched teeth, heavy breathing, tight neck or shoulder muscles, tight jaws, hot ears or other body parts, rigid, tense body posture, balled fist, rolled eyes. Write other bodily reactions you have that I did not list.

Day six: 7. Day seven: Often when we are angry, one or more of these things are present: 1. We want something and are not getting it. 2. From past experience, we expect trouble. 3. We have feelings of powerlessness. 4. We feel sadness 5. Feelings of grief, that takes away our joy and feelings being alive. 6. Depression. 7. Feelings of negativity about life, self, and people. Always assume responsibility for what you are feeling, and own all your feelings, including anger. Unresolved anger turns into resentment, envy, jealousy, revenge, and hatred.

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