“WAIT program helps teens learn to control their anger” by Theresa Churchill
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When someone tells Chance Kramer what to do and he feels his temperature rising, he mentally takes himself to a warm place. “I think about being out on the beach to get through it,” he said. “It’s better if I just do what I’m asked rather than fight and bicker.” The 15-year-old student at Decatur’s Milligan Academy was one of three teenagers in the Second Chance re-entry project operated by Macon County Court Services to complete 10 weeks of Washington Aggression Interruption Training this spring.