Dua When Feeling Frightened In Arabic
لا إلهَ إلاّ اللّه
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Dua When Feeling Frightened In English Transcription
Laa ‘ilaaha ‘illallaahu
Dua When Feeling Frightened In English
There is none worthy of worship but Allah.
Are you afraid of home?
Fear can make you a prisoner at home and prevent you from leading a happy and enjoyable life. Here are some simple tips to help you feel less scared. Take control and choose to believe that everything will be fine.
Lock all doors and windows (recheck them for reassurance).
Go through your house, especially after visitors, to make sure everything is as it should be.
If you’ve had threats or something has been put in your mailbox, you can try to seal it overnight so you can not open it.
Make sure your home is well lit and the switches are easy to find. Good lighting can make all the difference in terms of comfort and emotional well-being.
Identify the sounds so you can quickly recognize them, such as a closed car door, a running tap, the elevator in a building, and so on. This will help you to be less nervous when you hear a noise if you know what it is.
Close your curtains, blinds and interior doors at night, which will enhance your sense of security.
Make sure you have a phone near you.
Use an answering machine to filter out unwanted calls and talk only to people of your choice. Answer the phone saying ‘hello’ – do not give your name or phone number – and try to stay calm and not show your emotions, even if you receive an unpleasant call, many callers quitting if they do not think not that they are upset. you.
Act calmly if you hear banging at your windows or banging on your door. Only answer the door if you are waiting for someone. Consider having a suitable chain and peephole. With a peephole, you can see who is there, but they can not see you.
Do not think about your fear by doing something else, like reading or calling a friend.
Breathe deeply and try to relax.
There are phone lines specifically designed to provide emotional support – you can contact The Samaritans http://www.samaritans.org/ for phone support. Call 116 123 for free.
Victim Advocacy is another charity that can help you with emotional and practical support in your area: http://www.victimsupport.org.uk/, depending on whether or not you have funding to provide an ASB service.
Are you afraid in front of your house?
Anti-social behavior can scare you away from your home. If it is your neighbors who make your life a misery, you may be afraid to go home. If anti-social behavior affects you in a public place, you may be afraid to go to that park, take the bus, or go to your local stores.
Where anti-social behavior is intended for you, the abuser will be pleased to know that you are afraid. Do not give them this satisfaction. Take control of your fear. Here’s how:
Get to know your neighbors (the non-antisocial ones!). This will give you potential support if they suffer from the same ASB. You can find strength by sharing your story and are more likely to get fast results if you are a few to complain. It also gives you someone to talk to during difficult times.
Take a mobile phone with you when you go out.
Take a personal attack alarm and learn how to use it.
Try to change your daily habits, ask your friends to accompany you as much as possible and always inform someone of your projects. <
Whenever possible, take other routes so you do not have to go through the people who are causing you distress. Unfortunately, this is not always possible. You will need a way to deal with this fear and anxiety.
A particularly useful technique is “desensitization”. You begin to imagine going through a frightening situation (for example, going up the alley to the bus stop that passes in front of problem neighbors) and use relaxation strategies that replace fear and worry. Once you have managed to manage your anxiety while imagining scary events, you can use the technique in real life situations. Over time, you become insensitive to problems that scare you (it can also work with phobias such as needles, fear of flying, etc.).
Manage your fear in the moment
You suddenly see the group of young people, or the stalker. How can you handle the fear that threatens to overcome you?
Take deep breaths and relax each part of your body, starting with the shoulders and down to the feet.
Now, evaluate the situation. Is it just anxiety or is there really something going on? Report in case of antisocial behavior or crime.
Do not fight back and show fear, but just go with a goal. Calm down, think of a happy place and say, “I’m not afraid”.
As soon as you can, write what you are afraid of. This helps you to name your fears and makes it easy to abandon them. (Grading the details will also help highlight antisocial behaviors.)
Tell someone how scared you are, maybe a trusted friend or family member. Talking to someone can help just by establishing a connection, but can also help you calm your fears.
For a printable version of this information, see here: Scared
Manage your fear in the long run
Take care of yourself. Make sure you get enough sleep Feeling tired can make your fears look bigger and scary. Do a lot of exercise and think positively.
Understand the fear. Fear is a feeling and being afraid can become a habit. You can learn what are your triggers, how not to give in to your fears and therefore choose to react differently.
Do not avoid the things that scare you. This can increase the fear of the scary thing itself. You must take control of fear and pursue your life by focusing on relaxation techniques to manage fear.
Seek the help of a professional. It’s a good way to deal with your anxiety and fears, because sometimes you can not stop yourself from fear. Do not be ashamed or afraid to talk to your doctor. You may have some form of panic disorder or anxiety, they can help you.