Daily Feeling Chart, Alternate Version
January 19, 2014 Leave a comment
Happy New Year!
I would like my first post of this year to be another feeling.. or emotion tracking chart. Your excited… so am I (photo, right).
I am glad that the Daily Emotion Chart for Special Needs Children has been relatively well received, since I first posted it , years ago. But I think emotions charting or tracking can be useful for more than just children. For adolescent boys and girls and adults, managing mental disorder or just having trouble expressing their selves confidently, a emotion chart tool can be just as useful. working on Emotional grammar It can never hurt anyone, of any a age.
The emotion tracking chart (the one tagged for children that I have posted previously) could be used by anyone at any age, or expanded upon… but I had to give it name (for the search engines of the interwebs); and it was based on a previous experience with a friend and her childs needs . So I am adding another example of a chart for emotional vocabulary.
My theory is (and I certainly don’t think I’m alone in this thought) that one can learn to make most of his or her own personal management tools; by customizing them for his/her own needs; or the needs of themselves with peers, support, communicating to their doctors etc.
The creativity and control that comes with personalizing and maintaining one’s own toolbox only serves to build confidence and command over health management, IMHO.
However this one I made is free to download in several formats. Use them as is…. or just make your own charts,
Alternate Daily Feeling Tracker Sheet:
- PDF version (readable with Adobe Reader, etc.): DailyFeelingTrackerPDF..
- MS Word DOC download: DailyFeelingTrackerDOC…
- ODT format version ( Writer): DailyFeelingTracker ODT…
For more Tracking charts please check out the “Charts” tab above.