In the Moment: Mini Quiz

LET’S SEE WHAT YOU’VE LEARNED

Try this mini quiz to check your Part 3 knowledge. Identify whether each statement is True or False.

Since we often take quick, shallow breaths when we’re angry without realizing it, focusing on and controlling our breathing can effectively combat stress and help us regain our senses.

TrueFalse

The “Time-out” strategy gives you the opportunity to take a break, come back, and then address a situation - instead of letting your anger do the talking.

TrueFalse

“My anger doesn’t control me” is a good example of the “Thought-stopping” technique.

TrueFalse

“I need to teach this person a lesson” is a good example of taking a “Reality Check”.

TrueFalse

“Is it worth getting angry about and possibly ruining the rest of my day?” is a good example of taking a “Reality Check”.

TrueFalse

Using “distraction” to manage anger in the moment can pull us out of thinking in an angry loop about the situation that’s triggering our anger.

TrueFalse

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