Here are comments from teenagers that attended the Keys to Success Anger Management Class. It’s always amazing to me how teenagers know what they need to do but often times ignore making the right choices. I haven’t met many teenagers who don’t sincerely regret the wrong choices they have made. It’s our responsibility to forgive them and help to do better in the future.
What did you learn from the Anger Management Class?
- I learned easier ways to handle situations, how to control your attitude and actions and to have a positive attitude.
- When you look at a problem different instead of letting your attitude take over the problem.
- I learned to stay positive and not to get down on myself. Also, I learned that if you control your attitude and temper you can live a lot more stress free and open.
- I learned that attitude and temper can be controlled that a person has to control it for the betterment in their environment.
- Control my attitude and temper on a positive way.
- I learned how to control my attitude and temper that only I can control.
- Say sorry when wrong, think positively and respect adults.
- I learned how to control my attitude and temper and to accept what others see of me and how they think of me.
- Learned how to control my attitude and temper.
- I learned that there are many people out there that have anger too and I’m not the worst at all or the only one.
- I learned that controlling your attitude and temper can get you way further in life.
- I learn that attitude and temper can hurt your future even your peers.
- That there are many ways to stay calm.
- That it taught me to work well with others and help change my life to make things easier.
What will you do differently as a result of this Anger Management Class?
- Look at the problem and make if funny so I won’t get the police called on me.
- I will take advice from this class and from this book.
- Take situations carefully and respect others more and myself as well.
- React to situations differently and control my actions.
- Respect myself and others and communicate respectfully in a kind way.
- I will work hard on my attitude; try to be respectful, helping and considerate to others.
- Control myself and try as hard as I can.
- To be control means I can better control myself.
- I will see myself trying hardest to make a lot more friends at school and get good grades and be kind to parents.
- I will think about my actions first.
- Think about Mr. and Mrs. Attitude and Temper.
- By thinking before speaking and watching what I say.
Article by Billy J. Strawter, Sr.
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