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Dr. Lynne Namka
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  • Check your tummy, jaws and your fists. See if the mads are coming.
  • Breathe! Blow your mad out.
  • Get your control. Feel good about getting your control.
  • Stop and think; make a good choice.
  • People are not to be hurt with your hands, feet or voice.
    You Can't hurt people just because you are mad.
  • Remember to use your firm words, not your fists.
  • Use a strong voice and talk your mads out. Say "I feel mad when you ____."
  • Sometimes you need to take a time out to get your control back.
  • Take yourself off to a safe place and talk to yourself.
  • Pat yourself on the back for getting your mad out nicely.
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This information is from the book, The Mad Family Gets Their Mads Out: Fifty Things Your Family Can Say and Do to Express Anger Constructively Text and illustrations are copyright 1995 Lynne Namka.

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