What to do if you see someone you don’t know behaving strangely

article People often feel a sense of unease when they observe people behaving oddly.

And the feeling is not entirely unfounded.

Research has shown that it’s easy to feel like the world is spinning out of control when you see people behaving in ways you don.

It’s important to recognize these feelings and not jump to conclusions.

To that end, it’s important not to be too fixated on the feelings you have, but rather to pay attention to how you can help.

Here are some simple strategies to help keep people in check while you’re out and about.1.

Be cautious around strangersWhen you encounter a stranger, it can be easy to think that the other person is going to start yelling at you, threatening to call the cops, or acting out in some way.

This can actually be a good thing.

In fact, it might help to give your attention to the other people around you.

Asking, “Why are you behaving this way?” or “Why did you do that?” might help you to understand what the other party might be feeling.

If you can make a mental note of the other responses, you can then try to figure out how to change those behaviors.2.

Keep calm and be awareOf all the crazy people in the world, one of the best ways to keep people safe is to keep calm.

That’s because if you are not aware of what you are experiencing, you may be inadvertently giving the other side of the situation an edge.

Consider this: In an online study, researchers found that people with high levels of anxiety had less success in understanding what they were experiencing.3.

Listen for the signsIf you’re having trouble keeping yourself in check, here are a few tips for you to try:When you see a stranger acting strangely or suddenly, or notice an unusual behavior that isn’t your own, keep in mind the following:You can’t see who’s going on in that situation.

You’re just following someone else’s directions.

That means that you may not be doing your part to keep your loved ones safe.4.

Ask yourself, “Who am I helping?”

If you have any concerns about someone else acting in a strange way, try to keep it in perspective.

Do you really want the other individual to be in that state?

If you do, that’s a big risk.

If you see yourself in a similar situation, ask yourself, Who am I protecting?

If you are having difficulty staying calm, consider these tips for keeping your cool:Ask yourself: Am I helping?

Are you doing what I say?5.

Know your limitsWhat you can say is the first step in staying calm when someone is acting in ways that are out of line with your own beliefs and values.

If a friend or loved one is acting strangely, you don,t want to be part of the problem.

If your friend or family member is acting inappropriately, you also don’t want to get involved.

For that reason, it is always best to first ask yourself:Am I doing this in good faith?

Am I making myself uncomfortable?

Am the person behaving odd enough that I am afraid to be around them?6.

Make a list of what to doIf you’ve been experiencing any strange behavior, it may be helpful to make a list with the people you’re seeing and the behaviors they’re exhibiting.

For example, if a friend is behaving strangely and you see the person talking to her friend, you might want to put a list together and discuss what to expect from that person.

You might also want to talk about what you can do to help prevent this behavior from happening in the future.7.

Keep the conversation goingIf you want to keep a conversation going, you need to know when to back off.

You can try talking to them about it, but it’s much easier to talk to the person you’re talking to about the behavior.

It could be a difficult conversation, but you might feel more comfortable talking to the one who is doing the talking.

And if you want someone else to intervene in the conversation, you want them to do so in a way that is respectful and respectful of everyone involved.8.

Don’t judgeWhen you spot a stranger behaving oddly, it could be helpful if you consider what other people may have been doing.

The behavior may not necessarily be wrong, but people often have conflicting ideas about how to behave.

Here’s how to recognize and address these conflicting beliefs.

If someone is being strange, it doesn’t mean that they’re doing something that’s wrong.

But you can ask yourself the following questions:Who are you talking to?

How do you feel about this?

If someone’s behavior is in line with what you want, consider asking them to try to talk with you about it.

You may find it helpful to ask them to talk privately, or you may choose to have the conversation with a friend who is not a stranger. You could