"The true measure of your character is what you do when nobody's watching." - Charles Caleb Colton
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When I get angry with someone I am having a conflict with....I get even
I have a difficult time staying in control
I look for a way to compromise so we both win
I try not to hold in my angry feelings
I often deny being angry, even though I am
I get so mad I break things
I talk to someone I trust
I walk away and do something enjoyable
I find ways to relax
I plan to have revenge in hidden, subtle ways
I take out my angry feelings on everyone around me
I release my anger by talking about it
I hold in my feelings
I attack the other person verbally or physically
I count to ten until I cool off
I do something physical to relieve the anger
I write a letter, but don't send it
I yell and scream and (possible curse) then feel bad
I meditate, take a walk, etc. to clear my mind
I give a little in order to solve the problem
Restorative Practices At East Middle School
I show respect for teachers and staff in this school
In school, I am encouraged to help work out my own problems
Teachers and staff show me respect
When people (students or adults) have problems at school, everyone is listened to
If I harm, bully or get into a fight with someone at East, I get a chance to change my behavior and fix things.
If someone harms me at this school, I am able to say how things can be made better
At East, when someone does something wrong or harms others, all involved help decide how things can be made better
When someone does something harmful, those involved help to decide how to avoid something similar in the future
When a student causes harm, the main response by the school is punishment
In our Boys Achieve Group, I would like to accomplish
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