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What Is Anger?
You have lots of emotions. At different times, you may be happy, sad, or jealous. Anger is just another way we feel. It's perfectly OK to be angry at times — in fact, it's important to get angry sometimes. But anger must be released in the right way. Otherwise you'll be like a pot of boiling water with the lid left on. If the steam doesn't escape, the water will finally boil over and blow its top! When that happens to you, it's no fun for anyone. What Makes You Angry?

Many things may make kids angry. You may get angry when something doesn't go your way. Maybe you get mad at yourself when you don't understand your homework or when your team loses an important game. When you have a hard time reaching a goal you might become frustrated. That frustration can lead to anger. Kids who tease you or call you names can make you angry. Or you might get angry with your parents if you think one of their rules is unfair. Worst of all is when you are blamed for something you didn't do. But it's also possible to get angry and not even know why. How Can I Tell When I'm Angry?

There are different ways people feel anger. Usually your body will tell you when you are angry. Are you breathing faster? Is your face bright red? Are your muscles tense and your fists clenched tight? Do you want to break something or hit someone? Anger can make you yell or scream at those around you, even people you like or love. Some people keep their anger buried deep inside. If you do this, you might get a headache or your stomach might start to hurt. You may just feel crummy about yourself or start to cry. It's not good to hide your anger, so you should find a way to let it out without hurting yourself or others. How Can I Tell When Someone Else Is Angry?

When someone you know is angry, he or she may stomp away or stop talking to you, or become quiet and withdrawn. Some people scream and try to hit or harm anyone close by. If a person is this angry, you should get away as soon as...
What Is Anger?
You have lots of emotions. At different times, you may be happy, sad, or
jealous. Anger is just another way we feel. It's perfectly OK to be angry at
times — in fact, it's important to get angry sometimes.
But anger must be released in the right way. Otherwise you'll be like a pot of
boiling water with the lid left on. If the steam doesn't escape, the water will
finally boil over and blow its top! When that happens to you, it's no fun for
anyone.
What Makes You Angry?
Many things may make kids angry. You may get angry when something
doesn't go your way. Maybe you get mad at yourself when you don't
understand your homework or when your team loses an important game.
When you have a hard time reaching a goal you might become frustrated.
That frustration can lead to anger.
Kids who tease you or call you names can make you angry. Or you might get
angry with your parents if you think one of their rules is unfair. Worst of all is
when you are blamed for something you didn't do. But it's also possible to
get angry and not even know why.
How Can I Tell When I'm Angry?
There are different ways people feel anger. Usually your body will tell you
when you are angry. Are you breathing faster? Is your face bright red? Are
your muscles tense and your fists clenched tight? Do you want to break
something or hit someone? Anger can make you yell or scream at those
around you, even people you like or love.
Some people keep their anger buried deep inside. If you do this, you might
get a headache or your stomach might start to hurt. You may just feel
crummy about yourself or start to cry. It's not good to hide your anger, so
you should find a way to let it out without hurting yourself or others.
How Can I Tell When Someone Else Is Angry?