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Creative writing.
Anime.
Music.
Reading.
Sleeping.
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you know a little bit of tango
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If I'm alone, music or a sappy movie. Sometimes going for a run or taking a walk in nature (national park, etc) can help calm me down.

If I'm with my boyfriend, any time he trails his fingertips up and down and around my back or if he plays with my hair. Instant relaxation.
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The checks of my to-do list.
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goodman528 wrote:

Blasting communist music with my windows open and singing along to it loudly.

It can't just be any music. It has to be the really communist stuff, like Internationale and Unbreakable Union.



Roman Empire music?
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Making Statue of myself..

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My music no doubt it keeps me sane and calm and I just pop em' in and block out the world. I'm a Funk addict and have been one for the last 3 years and if I don't get my daily fix, I'll suffer from withdrawal, paranoia, and hallucinations.
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TheZoldyckAssassin wrote:

Smooth jazz.


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lying on bed
rain
staring
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VeggyZ wrote:

I have a bit of an anxiety disorder, so in order for me to calm down when that really kicks in, I have to distance myself from other people. It's really the only way.

When it's less extreme... wind calms me down. Hot water calms me down. Yawning as well.


Yeah I have the same thing. I get panic attacks, I got rid of em once but then I got em again because of something happening, anyway, I get rid of it through meditation if I'm at home, that's really easy.

One of the best ways I found was doing exercise, like jumping jacks or whatever. Getting that flow really puts you in another state, letting you calm down.

But I have agoraphobia where I get panic when I'm out and I'm alone in public so I really don't know how to calm down.
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Food
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going for long walks.
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Rain, cold weather, a nice cup of coffee, hair up in a bun, out of my face, laptop outside, listening to music, b̶r̶o̶w̶s̶i̶n̶g̶ ̶d̶a̶n̶k̶ ̶m̶e̶m̶e̶s̶ ̶o̶n̶ ̶t̶u̶m̶b̶l̶r̶
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Music.
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pandrasb wrote:


VeggyZ wrote:

I have a bit of an anxiety disorder, so in order for me to calm down when that really kicks in, I have to distance myself from other people. It's really the only way.

When it's less extreme... wind calms me down. Hot water calms me down. Yawning as well.


Yeah I have the same thing. I get panic attacks, I got rid of em once but then I got em again because of something happening, anyway, I get rid of it through meditation if I'm at home, that's really easy.

One of the best ways I found was doing exercise, like jumping jacks or whatever. Getting that flow really puts you in another state, letting you calm down.

But I have agoraphobia where I get panic when I'm out and I'm alone in public so I really don't know how to calm down.


Yeah I think it's the "in public" part. It sucks, I really feel your pain. I've had some friends suggest meditation and a couple of them are REALLY into that kinda stuff. They swear by it, though they don't have the same disorders, I can believe it has real results... I can honestly say I have not tried it yet...

Now the exercise part... that's some advice I really should follow...
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