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  1. It helps me a lot during this period to express out loud everything that bothers me, also trying to form my feelings and feelings into words as clearly as possible, quite fully, making different associations, this is a kind of meditation. Thus, there is a sense of calm and freedom. And also very helpful are close people, a favorite activity (a really favorite one will remain so despite all the difficulties of life) and reading books (reading is a real cleansing from life's problems). And sometimes you should just go to bed and get a good night's sleep 😉

  2. Take a deep breath, concentrating on the breath. You can count-inhale equals exhale. Think about what you can personally do about it. What is needed from you to change the situation for the better. If this is something difficult , break it down mentally into small steps and understand where to start. Make an action plan for yourself.
    We feel calm when control is in our hands and panic when things get out of hand. By drawing up a plan, we regain control (or at least the illusion of it) for ourselves – and it becomes calmer. To make it even calmer , we need to start implementing the steps we have taken.
    At the same time, it is very important not to make global plans, but to understand the order of your personal actions. Trying to control where you don't have the leverage to control will only lead to more panic in the long run.

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