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Hey, Lifebabblers. Do you ever feel a bit like this...?
SHE SCREAMS Whoa!
Today we're talking about feeling angry.
When people think they have the right to put other people down.
When things go wrong.
That life isn't fair to everyone in the world.
It just really makes me angry.
Wanting to scream, wanting to cry, not being able to think straight,
clenching your fists and feeling hot.
There are different types of anger.
With exploding anger somebody might suddenly just overreact
and start screaming and shouting
over something that really isn't a big deal.
With simmering anger, a person's feelings might slowly bubble
away under the surface, making them feel grumpy, snappy and moody.
If your angry feelings are starting to have a negative
effect on you or the people around you, it's time to talk to someone.
Everyone gets angry sometimes.
But it's learning how to control it,
and express it in a healthy way that's really important.
Sometimes friendship makes me angry.
When I fall in and out with friends.
When I get angry I usually have a little cry in my head
and walk away to calm myself down.
If I'm really upset, I'll ask a teacher for help.
Life can sometimes be pretty enraging.
But follow my simple dos and don'ts
and you too can be as chilled as me.
You're right at the end of the last level of your favourite game
when it goes and crashes.
Do see this as an opportunity to practise your awesome gaming skills.
More game time, bonus!
Don't let anger your turn your face into a catastrophic error.
You're getting all dressed up, looking pretty stylish,
when your favourite T-shirt has been shrunk in the wash.
Do set a new fashion trend, tiny tee chic is so in this season.
Don't get into an argument with your garment.
You won't win.
Your favourite pizza has just arrived.
But someone's put mushrooms on it. And you didn't ask for mushrooms!
Actually, there's no good way to deal with that.
I just can't stand mushrooms.
So now you know how to keep your cool in the face of supreme
annoyance, except for polluted pizzas.
Anger isn't about just how you feel,
it's what you do about it that counts.
Here are a few tips for dealing with anger.
Release some energy, get up and run around.
Exercise can be really helpful for dealing with your anger.
Take the time to think about how you feel.
By understanding what's making you angry, you can make a change
and feel better.
Sometimes anger can help you realise that someone is treating you
badly, or that you're feeling upset.
If you think you can work that out with someone, then great.
If not, reach out and see
if you can get some help by talking to someone you trust.
Sometimes I feel angry inside, and I often don't know why.
When I feel it building up, I stop, breathe,
and think about all the positives in my life
like good friends and family, and maybe some funny stuff
me and my friends get up to, like running crazily in the woods.
This makes me happy and calms me down a bit.
That's all for this Lifebabble.
If you want to find out more about anger,
and other feelings, head over to the CBBC website.
And in the meantime, stay cool and keep babbling. See you next time.