We hope you want to listen to In the Bubble with your family, or talk to them after you listen about what you’ve heard. We want families to be able to discuss this content across the generations, and we are producing it with that in mind. To that end, we’re going to start to offer a discussion prompt based on one central theme from each new episode, broken down with developmentally appropriate age bands to keep the conversation going.
Today’s Discussion Prompt: On Anger
For children under 5: How are you feeling today? What are you feeling happy about? Is there anything you are feeling angry about?
For children 5-12: Is there anything about our current coronavirus reality that you think is positive? Is there anything about this new situation that makes you angry? If so, what about this makes you most angry and why?
For youth 12-18: Chelsea Clinton talks about feeling very angry about the coronavirus epidemic but also still choosing to be optimistic about everything. Is that possible to be angry and optimistic about one thing at the same time? Are you currently feeling either or both of those things about the coronavirus epidemic?
For the 18+ crowd: Chelsea Clinton and Andy Slavitt both talk about the role of anger in their current set of emotions about coronavirus epidemic, but they are dealing with their anger about the situation a little differently. What are the different ways we can deal with anger we may be feeling? Which way of dealing with anger is most natural for you currently? Is there anything you want to adjust in terms of how you are dealing with any anger you may be feeling?
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