Anger is a regular part of every middle school girl’s world. Often times, this anger can appear as open aggression where girls bully one another, or they can unhealthily suppress their anger. But there are godly and appropriate ways students can respond to situations that make them angry. Deal With It gives youth leaders the tools to help middle school girls deal with their anger. Through activities that include reading and responding to stories about Maria, a fictional teen, students will learn to recognize their anger and find healthy ways to express their emotions.
|About the Contributor(s)||Mary Huebner
Mary Huebner has been involved with youth ministry for over 27 years. She has been part of Interlinc's Write Group for five years and is a contributing writer for InWord and YouthWorker Journal. Her commitment to youth has included directing more than 70 weeks of summer youth camps, 25 of those weeks targeted to middle schoolers. For the past ten years she has been a middle school youth leader at the Oak Grove Church of God in Tampa, Florida.
|Publish Date||Apr 8, 2009|