Calm down sentence example

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  • Do you want to sit here a few minutes and calm down?
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  • She could hear voices in the hall as Sarah questioned him and urged him to calm down.
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  • Don't make a big deal about it and usually things calm down.
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  • In the mean time, you'd better calm down.
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  • Please calm down before you attempt to articulate what is wrong.
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  • By examining those ideas, and making light of them, you can help diffuse your anger and calm down.
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  • Time outs are not just for children; giving yourself 15 minutes to calm down and gain control of your emotions is an excellent way to prevent doing or saying something you will regret later.
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  • To calm down your heart rate and lower your blood pressure, visualize being in a place that makes you feel calm.
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  • The first step is to place the baby in a crib or playpen and leave the room in order to calm down.
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  • Parents should let their child calm down and then offer to help them and give encouragement.
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  • Even children who stop because of peer pressure at school may continue to use a pacifier to calm down at home or to go to sleep.
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  • Time out is a technique in which a child is removed from activity and forced to sit alone for a few minutes in order to calm down.
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  • The parent or caregiver may ask the child to try to calm down alone in the time-out spot and then give attention only after the child has made some effort.
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  • A baby seeking such comfort may calm down simply with the assuring sight of mother, hearing her voice, feeling her touch, cuddling, or being offered something to suck.
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  • Younger children may need a time-out to calm down and before rejoining a group.
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  • Moon sand is an excellent manipulative substance which can calm down an overly-anxious or overly-active child.
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  • She would always blow up on me, then later on calm down and apologize, and I put up with this similar routine for so long but finally couldn't take it anymore.
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  • If you find yourself upset or angry about something the nanny has done, allow yourself to calm down and even sleep on it before calmly discussing the situation.
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  • For example, toddlers might learn how yoga breathing exercises can help them calm down when they are angry at playmate.
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  • Even a minute in the appropriately named Child's Pose can help a youngster calm down and feel more relaxed.
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  • Now, he waited to heal and to calm down.
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  • "Let's just calm down and not jump off any cliffs," Rhyn said, holding up his hands.
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  • Her headache was returning, her heart beating so fast she knew she'd pass out if she didn't calm down.
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  • You're here because Sarah wants to give you some time to calm down and accept things.
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  • Once she gets enough blood in him, he'll calm down.
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  • It can be taken during colds to help relieve coughing and it can also be used to calm down ulcers.
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  • Rescue Remedy is a unique blend of five flower essences that help calm down people who are experiencing panic attacks.
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  • You can also try to count down from 10, which also helps you calm down.
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  • It will help you feel better and calm down.
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  • The best thing to do is calm down and take a deep breath.
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  • It is always best to calm down instead of letting the anger control your immediate actions.
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  • To do so we must think about the anger before acting, so that we can use anger tools to calm down and figure out how to most effectively manage the emotion.
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  • If you calm down you will experience less anger.
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  • Try Relaxation Techniques: [[Relaxation Imagery Exercises| Relaxation imagery exercises]] and breathing exercises can help you calm down physiological responses to your stress, which then will help you feel much better mentally as well.
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  • Anything that redirects your attention from a trigger and offers you an opportunity to calm down is useful as an anger relaxation technique.
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  • This was a needed break for the band to let things calm down in the New England / New York area.
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  • Save dessert for the end of the evening and make it a big deal, where everyone needs to sit down and be served, forcing them to calm down and eat something.
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