Sometimes, the solution to\u00a0your problem just won\u2019t come into your head, yet your thoughts are spinning at\u00a0a\u00a0100 kilometers an\u00a0hour, and you feel like your brain is\u00a0going to\u00a0explode.\r\n\r\nIt\u2019s times like this that you could do\u00a0with trying some 'art therapy\u2019. At\u00a0its most basic, the only preparation you need to\u00a0carry out for this is\u00a0to\u00a0grab a\u00a0pencil and a\u00a0sheet of\u00a0paper. Then, just start drawing. It\u00a0doesn\u2019t even matter what you draw. Within a\u00a0certain amount of\u00a0time, your thoughts will become more harmonious and you\u2019ll calm down.\r\nTo\u00a0help you get started, here\u2019s what to\u00a0do\u00a0if\u00a0you\u2019re feeling...\r\n\r\n- Tired: draw flowers\r\n\r\n- Angry: draw lines\r\n\r\n- In\u00a0pain: build a\u00a0model\r\n\r\n- Bored: color in\u00a0a\u00a0sheet of\u00a0paper in\u00a0various colors\r\n\r\n- Sad: paint a\u00a0rainbow\r\n\r\n- Scared: knit something\r\n\r\n- Worried: make a\u00a0doll\r\n\r\n- Indignant: tear a\u00a0piece of\u00a0paper into small pieces and arrange it\u00a0into a\u00a0pattern\r\n\r\n- Anxious: do\u00a0some origami\r\n\r\n- Tense: draw patterns\r\n\r\n- Nostalgic: draw a\u00a0maze\r\n\r\n- Disappointed: copy a\u00a0portrait or\u00a0painting\r\n\r\nIn\u00a0despair: draw your way out\r\n\r\n- Confused: draw an\u00a0Indian mandala\r\n\r\n- That you need to\u00a0restore your strength: make a\u00a0landscape painting\r\n\r\n- That you can\u2019t make sense of\u00a0your feelings: paint a\u00a0self-portrait\r\n\r\n- That you need to\u00a0remember this moment: draw some colored patterns\r\n\r\n- That you need to\u00a0put your thoughts in\u00a0order: draw honeycombs or\u00a0squares\r\n\r\n- That you need to\u00a0take the time to\u00a0make the right choice: draw waves and circles\r\n\r\n- That you\u2019re stuck in\u00a0a\u00a0rut: draw spirals\r\n\r\n- That you need to\u00a0make sense of\u00a0your most important goal: draw target symbols.