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Since both anxiety and excitement are emotional states characterized by high arousal, it may be easier to view anxiety as excitement rather than trying to calm down to combat performance anxiety, Brooks said.
So, Hovhannisian is no longer calling on his voters to rush to the scene and to help his proxy but is urging them to calm down,
Ms Cooper added: "I think David Cameron will learn women are not going to calm down.
Mr Cameron told an audience of Conservative activists in North Wales: "Don't worry, I'm not going to tell you to calm down.
You may make suggestions to help him calm down such as going to a chair to sit, counting to 25, hugging a stuffed animal or going to the bathroom to splash some water on his face.
Physiologically, if you just listen to your breath going in and out, your body will react to that response and will calm down immediately.
Mills contend that environmentalists should love nuclear power, free marketers should embrace hybrid cars, and we should all calm down about high oil prices.
Spouting profanities at Kate, the future second wife takes Jessica to stay with her assistant so that she can try to calm down Cheryl.
If you experience a near-miss, pull in, calm down, and reflect on what happened before continuing your journey; 5.
Fletcher says that Ken Riley, head of Local 1422, "had his head split open by a cop" for trying to calm down a heated exchange between one of his members and a police officer.
If the Israeli army stays restrained, then there's some hope that things will calm down.
This, the authority hopes, will help calm down shipping lines after attackers fired off a few shots during a July 3 robbery in the port.
Many children diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) calm down and otherwise improve when given the stimulant methylphenidate, or Ritalin.
Give a day of grace to let everyone calm down and rethink their positions.