It can be hard to convince someone to change their mind when they are angry. If you work in a counseling field or in education, you may have worked with students who have a hard time letting go of past trauma. Poster #436 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops will help communicate an important message about the true consequence of seeking revenge.
Designed in elegant yellow script on a black background, this Buddhist-inspired message says, “If you take revenge, dig two graves.” Inspire your clients or the youth you work with the consider peace and forgiveness as a way to reduce anger. The style of this poster would fit into a counseling center or classroom and provide a reminder about practicing mindfulness to find calm in your life. Great for conversations with angry or resentful kids, this quote will get right to the point that revenge never makes the situation better.
Imagine the impact you can have on the youth you work with with the help of this great poster. Promote reflection and good decision-making with Poster #436 from Youth Change Workshops.
Click to enlarge. School posters printed on medium weight 11″ x 17″ glossy stock
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