Feelings Chart For Teens


feelings chart for teens emotions and feelings

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I encourage teens to give themselves permission to have their feelings, to stay in the moment
and to be with their feelings, even the ones that are uncomfortable.
Doing so requires teens to learn to be mindful and intentional in processing their feelings
and also to learn how to self-soothe.

A Feelings Chart shows different feelings that your child may feel throughout the day and the days of the week.
It can be made on poster-board or cardboard with markers, colored pencils or crayons.

Positive emotions
happiness, satisfaction, appreciation, gratitude, concern, expectation, surprise, admiration
Negative emotions
anger, bitterness, dissatisfaction, sadness, anxiety, fear, sham,e guilt, jealous

Techniques teens can use to express their feelings:

– Teens can write about their feelings.
– Teens can express their feelings through art.
– Music helps many teens both realize and express their feelings.
– Physical activity can be productive in helping teens release their feelings.
– Crying is very beneficial at times; teens should know it’s okay to cry.
– Talking and processing emotions with someone trusted can be helpful for both releasing feelings and gaining perspective.
– Sometimes teens need to take some pressure off of themselves and “just be.” This should be allowed and encouraged.
– The empty chair technique, which I discuss below, can be very cathartic..


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