Ever had that student that just can't seem to get over things... he holds a grudge or wants to stay mad all day or the slightest problems? This social story plays on kids love of the Simpsons and teaches kids the invaluable skill of MOVING ON. There is a concrete explanation along with multiple examples of when a child could do this. It is also explained in the terms of spending too much time being angry instead of feeling happy. Examples of positive self-talk to get over your grudge are included. Often I use this story as a student is calling down as an effect regulation strategy. They enjoy the Simpsons! Great for children on the autism spectrum.