This is a simple one-page lesson for small groups working on self-regulation strategies. Special Education teachers, counselors, speech pathologists, instructional assistants or other staff can use this lesson to help the student work through their responses to problems. Which things are we allowed to say? What do we WISH we could say but had better not speak out loud? What things can we do to move towards resolving the issue that caused the frustration? In working through this visual representation of their reactions and emotions, students learn to differentiate between appropriate and unhelpful, cause and effect of their choices, and also to rehearse and practice the skills in a safe place. After filling out, discuss in a show-and-tell format. Give constructive feedback and offer opportunities to list further solutions that the group comes up with. Note: this lesson is designed to work while students are in a calm state. It is not recommended to try and resolve conflicts or perceived personal failures when students are in a state of aggression or anger.