Positive vs. Negative Comic Strip: Exercising Verbal Self-Control
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Negative Natalie and Positive Patrick are working hard on a History project together at the library when Annoying Andy approaches them.
Hey guys! What are you guys doing here? Do you know where the fiction books are? Wow, that seems like an interesting book Patrick.
Andy just go away. Can't you tell we are busy? We don't have time to listen to you. We need to finish our project.
RED LIGHT - It is time to stop and think. Natalie's reaction to Andy was not justified. I shouldn't react impulsively like her. I should use the traffic light model to showcase self-control.
YELLOW LIGHT - Now I should think through the situation and let my nerves and impulses settle. What options do I have?
Option 1: Fire back at Andy like Natalie did. However, this option is not calm or respectful. Additionally, I will hurt Andy's feelings.
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