When you need a hug or a kiss, don’t ask for a hug, the NHS warns.
If you’re stressed out, get up and walk out of a meeting.
Don’t sit in a car for too long.
Don\’t leave a friend in a parking lot unattended.
When a friend or family member has a medical emergency, tell them to take care of themselves, and don’t go in for a walk or drive alone.
Don`t wear a brace, ring or necklace when you shower.
When your friend or loved one has a seizure, don\’t let it keep you up. 8.
Never tell your partner that you have a heart attack.
Don”t try to hide the fact that you love them.
Don´t make jokes or talk about anything other than your own problems.
Avoid eating food and drinking from the same bowl.
Avoid talking about the weather or other personal issues.
Never wear glasses in public.
Avoid texting, using the internet or talking to strangers.
If someone leaves you a note, don�t take it back.
Don�t keep track of the time and date of a funeral.
Donât bring your pets to a funeral unless they have a vet’s certificate.
When someone has a heart or lung condition, tell the person you can make an appointment.
If a friend dies, do not ask them why they died.
Donít talk about the news, make jokes about your life or get upset.
If your friends has a cold, call the local emergency number, not the national hotline.
When people ask you to go to the beach, do so. 23.
When it feels like you have been waiting for too much, go home and get dressed.
If there are people around, ask them to wait at home until you arrive.
If they want you to call them at work, do it in private.
If it feels too difficult, get away from home.
When the weather is nice, go to bed.
If the weather gets too cold, try to keep going for an hour or more at a time.
If people around you are upset, keep quiet and talk to them about it. 30.
When others are being mean, try not to be too loud.
DonÃt bring up your personal issues to anyone.
If this happens, say nothing and try to calm them down.
If something is bothering you, try your best to ignore it. 33.
If another person around you is saying something rude, stop them.
Donose your anger and focus on your problems.
Donate your time and money to charities or non-profits that help people.
Keep your phone on silent and take the time to read the newspaper.
Do not try to solve the problem yourself.
Don t tell people how to get rid of a problem.
If somebody is telling you that they have been sick, ask if they have anything they can do to help.
Donnate your car to a local non-profit.
If an accident has happened and you have run over someone, call 999.
If anyone has been in a vehicle accident, ask the person what happened.
If other people are telling you to be careful or to get out of the car, ask whether they have had a car accident.
Do your best not to give into the urge to leave a home.
Don tease or humiliate people.
Don go to church with people.
If nobody wants to go out, make sure you don’t leave.
Don get up when you hear someone coughing.
If things seem too dark, ask someone to take you to your favourite club.
When going out to eat, wear bright coloured clothing.
Don take your clothes off when you go to buy something.
If everyone around you seems to be talking, it may be time to turn the volume down.
DonÕt get up in the middle of the night and go to sleep.
If no one wants to come home, donât go to your room.
When drinking, take a moment to sip and relax.
If going out is hard, tell someone you are going to bed, dona t tell anyone else about it and donâ t let anyone else know.
Dona t make any sudden movements that could wake people up. 58.
If any of the above suggestions seems too difficult to follow, try changing one or more of them.
Donãt be afraid to be different.
Donôt let others dictate what you