There is nothing more important in life than our emotions. Every decision we ever make is based on how we feel or wish to feel. However, talking about our emotions is not always easy… especially for men.
(WTF?) What’s the Feeling? Cards has 52 carefully selected feelings presented as a deck of regular playing cards featuring a pack of moody mutts, plus four jokers. They can be used to think about or discuss feelings or simply to play any card game. An enclosed information sheet will help to get you started.
The WTF? Cards can help you and/or others:
Each shrink wrapped set of WTF? Cards includes:
Deal positively with your anger and maintain respectful relationships. Use Chill Skills In a Jar to promote group discussions about healthy ways to deal with anger. Individuals can also use the cards to learn calming strategies for tense or difficult situations. Perfect for use in classrooms, advisory groups, after-school programs, teams, and youth groups. The four different kinds of cards are: *What Would You Do? cards*: These cards present difficult scenarios. You’re asked to imagine yourself in tense situations and provide answers for how you’d respond. *Tips! cards:* Here’s advice... More info
Use these cards as a processing tool or use them like a regular deck of cards to play games with. Participants become familiar with 30 different feelings as they play these fun card games. GoFeelings (Go Fish) Frustrated (Old Maid) Concentration Bingo. Feeling-0. Crazy 8's, Snap. Beggar My Neighbour. Twenty One (21) Slapjack. Rummy. 1. Spread the cards out in front of your group and ask them to pick a feeling flashcard that would best describe a feeling that had during the game/program. 2. Ask participants to pick... More info
These black and white cards show facial expressions of various emotions to help students learn "the language of emotions". In addition to the 54 cards with faces, each deck includes two cards without faces. Blanks may be used when the correct image cannot be found or when a student has trouble committing to a single card. Some may enjoy creating expressions of their own. Others may choose to place a blank between two Face Cards to indicate a halfway point or mixed emotions. *About the Author* *Dr Tad A. Vogl* , Ed.D., has... More info