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How can you reduce someones anxiety?

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Asked by tanuja, 17 Feb 09:10 pm
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Drop living on fixed TARGETS and GOALS.
Stop flirting with Past(memories) and Future(dreams, expectations, hopes) and try living moment to moment, taking life as unfolds before us. Flow along with life, never swim upstream or create barriers and obstacles or get attached here and there!
Answered by Shunmugham, 18 Feb 08:18 pm

 
  
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Sometimes just listening to tehother person help kerta hae if not help wherever can.
Answered by Ginger, 20 Feb 07:57 pm

 
  
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Talk to him or her to solve their anxiety or create positive feelings
Answered by samson aseervatham, 18 Feb 07:47 pm

 
  
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Just by talking to him/her and making him/her believe that evrything will be alright......:-)
Answered by Bhuvana, 17 Feb 11:15 pm

 
  
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Mh me dekar
Answered by alok khatore, 17 Feb 09:36 pm

 
  
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This A factor is a mind tormenting agent sitting where u cannot reach. So to attack it may require spiritual remedies available in religions. & may vary. U r ,', reqd to take help of almighty to cure it.
Answered by victor, 17 Feb 09:17 pm

 
  
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Show them your care in any ways you can , sometimes even by saying yes you are right, you can do that, you dont always need to give them advise
Answered by sanam, 17 Feb 09:17 pm

 
  
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Encourage him to think positively.
Answered by sreejimol r, 17 Feb 09:16 pm

 
  
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Limit "worrying time" to around forty-five mns, daily, possibly when you get home, or after your evening meal, but not too close to bedtime after which, resolve firmly to refuse to worry again on that day: realise and accept that to do otherwise would be counterproductive to your mental health, and enjoyment of life. You will have had your "worry time" for the day, and can just write down any more thoughts that come to mind, and say to yourself: "Well, I'll just have to worry about that tomorrow, won't I?". It's important to regularly monitor, and deal with a negative internal monologue self talk, or mental process, such as disturbing thoughts, images, impulses, or emotions, by the process of a: recognising it, and b: challenging it immediately. Technique For Re-Programming Negative Thoughts: When you notice something negative, such as: "I can't do this/ am never going to get over this!" or: "Why am I always so pathetic/useless/such a loser?" or even an image, emotion, or a memory; rec ...more
Answered by Mickey, 17 Feb 09:12 pm

 
  
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