The “Staying Well at Home: Coping With Feelings of Frustration and Anger” workbook, designed for young people aged 11-19 years old, is a detailed guide created to support teenagers in managing and understanding their feelings of frustration and anger, especially in the context of extended periods spent at home. It includes practical exercises, self-assessments, and strategies aimed at helping young individuals explore their emotions, understand the triggers of their anger, and develop positive coping mechanisms. The workbook is structured to encourage reflection, self-awareness, and the adoption of healthier emotional responses. Through a variety of activities, users are guided to examine their feelings, identify patterns in their reactions, and work towards more constructive ways to handle conflict and emotional stress. This resource serves as an invaluable tool for teenagers seeking to navigate the complexities of their emotions and for adults looking to support them in these efforts.