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Is There a Proper Way to Deal With Nervousness?

Updated on November 22, 2017

Is there a proper way to deal with nervousness?

Nervousness comes in many forms, there are limitless ways to deal with it but what does nervousness mean? The definition of nervousness is easily agitated or alarmed; tending to be anxious; highly strung. An example of nervousness, in my opinion, is when people get agitated and start doing things in order to keep their nerves in check. Some people have nervous habits when they don't want to do something like walking or skipping or jumping up and down before a presentation or whatever it is that they are doing to keep their nerves in check. Each and every one of us has limitless ways to deal with nervousness because we can be nervous about different things.

Being nervous can be limitless. Going to school and taking a test can make you nervous and jumpy, just because you don't like it. However, it depends on the person and what makes them nervous and how you or that person deals with it. Everyone is nervous at some point in their lives. Is there are the right way or a wrong way to deal with it? sometimes it can be limitless but It depends on the person and how they choose to deal with nervousness. Some people might have a habit of doing something over and over again when they are nervous, or some people might picture something in their head to distract them from the nervous they feel. Others do breathing exercises. Some people might choose to not think about what makes them nervous. There are limitless ways for a person to be nervous but there are also limitless ways for people to deal with nervousness.

Is there a proper way to deal with nervousness? I think whatever works for you is the way you should deal with it, everyone is different and they get nervous about different things. Which means there coping mechanisms for things are different so whatever they choose to do when they are nervous is up to them. There are ways to deal with it, and in the next paragraph they are listed, but it can be limitless depending on the situation. When someone is nervous they find a way to deal with it, in their own way. Each person is different so each person deals with nervousness in their own way. The proper way to deal with nervousness can be limitless because each person deals with it in their own way.

Some people need to sit in silence or talk it out when they are nervous, is that just the way people are or is there a proper way to deal with it? I don’t think that there is a proper way to deal with it, I think it just depends on the person what they are nervous about and how they choose to deal with it is their business. For example, when I am nervous I twirl a piece of hair around my finger and fidget. It is something calming I guess, and most of the time, that is how others deal with their nervousness. They find something calming to do, and that is how they get through it.

When you are nervous how do you deal with it? Most of the time you are probably thinking well it depends on the situation depends on what I do, right? That is how most people work. Depending on the situation they are in, depends on A) how nervous they are and B) how they deal with it. Some people might, work out or sleep or read if they are feeling nervous, about something. So is there are a proper way to deal with nervousness? Not one that everyone should follow, it’s what you think helps you deal with nervousness, this is because different things can make certain people nervous. Nothing is the same for every person, so the way that things are dealt with will always be different.


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What is Nervousness?

A good way to deal with nervousness is to think about something else, besides what you are doing. If you do that, what you are doing won’t bother you so much, I have had to do that, a lot because trying new things always makes me nervous. I just think about the end product and then it doesn’t make me so nervous anymore. So if you are having trouble with something and you are nervous about it, why not try the tips I suggested throughout this post, and see if that helps you.

Being nervous is a fact of life for everyone, so don’t think that you are the only one that has to deal with it. Everyone has to deal with it, at least once in their life, as a kid going into a new grade in school or ask someone starting college, or moving out for the first time, or even driving for the first time. These are very nerve racking things to do, but how they are dealt with is the question. Most of the time, I would say breathe and try to think of happy thoughts because that will help you through it, that is what helps me when I am nervous.

Being nervous can be limitless which means there is really no proper way to deal with it. Each person deals with being nervous in their own way. As I listed above, my question is, do you think that there is a proper way to deal with it, and do you think that it can be limitless? Think about the different things that people do to calm their nerves when they are doing something that scares them, each person deals with nervousness differently which means that there have to be limitless ways to deal with it.

So is there just one proper way to deal with nervousness? No there is not because everyone deals with things in their own way including nervousness, which is why there are limitless ways to deal with it even if we don't know all the limitless ways to do so.

A quote to help deal with nervousness
A quote to help deal with nervousness

Nervousness is Limitless

Nervousness is limitless but there are ways to get over it and around it. Each person has their own way of dealing with nervousness since it happens to all of us. There is really no one proper way of dealing with nervousness because we are all different which means, we deal with things differently and in our own way. No matter what the situation is. Nervousness can happen at any time, depending on the situation. When people are scared of an outcome they can become nervous. Being nervous is just getting all jittery and becoming on edge. At least that is my interpretation of it.

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