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How can I help a girl to calm down and not stress about everything so much?

How can I help a girl to calm down and not stress about everything so much? Topic: university coursework help
June 16, 2019 / By Theda
Question: My house mate is in a really bad place right now in her life. She is a really amazing, hard working girl, but she is so worried with her university deadlines right now plus other random things. She is over stressing about all her courseworks to the point where she just starts crying. She's a really smart girl, and she is trying so hard, but she feels very helpless with it. I'm trying as best I can to help her out with her work, try and calm her down. How can I make her feel better about all of it?
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Rosanna Rosanna | 1 day ago
I like the other idea, and give her this also eftuniverse.com click on 'get started free' and she can learn an easy method to remove her anxieties and fears as well as help her study. Or a therapist here, eftmastersworldwide.com She can clear out any negativities, worries , fears et al anytime she wants , and before bed each day. It works well, that is the free version of it. Give it to her. Use it together , also, if you want to.
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Rosanna Originally Answered: How can I help a girl to calm down and not stress about everything so much?
I like the other idea, and give her this also eftuniverse.com click on 'get started free' and she can learn an easy method to remove her anxieties and fears as well as help her study. Or a therapist here, eftmastersworldwide.com She can clear out any negativities, worries , fears et al anytime she wants , and before bed each day. It works well, that is the free version of it. Give it to her. Use it together , also, if you want to.
Rosanna Originally Answered: How can I help a girl to calm down and not stress about everything so much?
Do more of the housework, and have it done before she gets home. Many women can't relax until they feel that everything is "done". Having dishes to do and bathrooms to clean when she gets home is just another pressing issue on the list; if it's already done she may chill out a little.

Morven Morven
Do more of the housework, and have it done before she gets home. Many women can't relax until they feel that everything is "done". Having dishes to do and bathrooms to clean when she gets home is just another pressing issue on the list; if it's already done she may chill out a little.
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Lizzie Lizzie
talk to some one some times its ok to just vent or if your more a person of action hit something break something find some old boxes and a big hammer and let out all of your frustrations it always works for me
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Lizzie Originally Answered: How to calm my nerves for presentation?
That's funny that you should ask, since I actually gave a presentation just this morning. I have some techniques that I use to help me right before I give a speech or presentation that I will share, but keep in mind that they may or may not work for you too. Everyone is different. I had a drama teacher once tell me that yawning is the fastest way to relax, putting your mind and muscles more at ease. This has been one of the best things anyone has ever told me! It works wonders for me. So 5 minutes before I have to speak...I am yawning. The tension slowly just disappears. Another tip I find useful is to talk to the audience. Yes, really, talk. Not preach, lecture, or teach, but talk. Like you would to your best friend or favorite relative. If you imagine each member of the audience as someone who is a friend, then suddenly the audience becomes much less intimidating. This is something you will have to subconsciously train yourself to do as you present. What also helps me is right before I get up to speak I imagine myself giving the best speech anyone has ever heard. That serves as encouragement to me that I am well prepared and there is nothing to fear. When you talk to the audience members (friends!), focus on the ideas you are trying to communicate, not on each individual word. If you stumble on a word, just fix it. In their minds the audience will fix it too and quickly forget that you made a mistake. As for the nervousness, shaky voice, and inability to breathe, well, that's a simply a product of adrenaline. Your body is preparing itself to either fight something or to run away. Naturally, you can't run away when giving a speech, so you're going to have to learn how to harness that extra energy and incorporate it into your speech. Take that energy and use it for gestures, facial expressions and other similar things to make your information more interesting to the audience. Most of the time, pauses in a presentation seem like an eternity to the speaker, but in reality the audience perceives them as only a few seconds that have passed. Things that seem like a huge deal to you as the speaker often go unnoticed by the audience. So...don't worry! The only other piece of advice I can give you is one that you may not like, but it the best of all. Practice giving your speech/presentation several times in front of something with eyeballs. First in front of a stuffed animal, then a best friend, then a group of close friends. Giving the presentation several times before doing it for real will reinforce the idea that you know your material and know it well. Time and repetition are the only things that will cure nervousness in public speaking. The more often you do something, the easier it becomes. It's the same for public speaking! Sorry I went on a rant...hopefully you can find something useful in what I wrote. Best of luck to you, and you'll do a wonderful job on your presentation!

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