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expo67 expo67 51-55, M 8 Answers Dec 31, 2011

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Keep your keys on you, in your pocket (if you're a guy), or some such ob<x>ject you have to hold. A pen works well also. Anything that you have to keep on you will work. Take that ob<x>ject, and when you feel fear, or anxiety, slowly run your fingertips over the ob<x>ject. You don't have to look like Gollum and his ring.... {"..myyyyyyy prrrreeeeeeecccciouuuuuussssssss...} just absentmindedly send the signal to your brain. Your brain generally will focus on touch-sensations inbound before it will focus on internal emotional turmoil signals. Focus on your ob<x>ject for just a moment, and try to relate that textural feeling to another emotional feeling such as "peaceful" "calm" "tranquil." <br />
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Remember this, when you're meeting a group full of people, they all generally as a group will subconsciously recognize that there's no way you'll remember their names and such, and will generally feel a sense of compassion for you. This is especially true if all of them, or even a majority know each other. So, they will generally be predisposed to wanting to help you. Just smile, be kind, and do the best you can. If you're dealing with a foreign language, take your time, the effort is appreciated.<br />
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Best wishes!!!

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Thank you for a truly helpful answer. I shall make sure I take something along. Much appreciated!

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You're welcome. I have to teach classes a lot, and I have agoraphobia (fear of strangers, public, other people) so life gets weird for me at times. THAT is why I had to learn about brain signals and such, your question hit home. I hope you're helped by the suggestion.

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Bach's rescue remedy

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picture them in socks and underwear

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