1. Trouble shifting
2. Involentarily shifting
3. Having problems controlling your wolfy behavior
4. Feeling lonely, wish you were with your pack
1. Try a walk in the woods, also if you are in bed asleep trying to shift, try not to think about the woods to much, hold the scene lightly in your mind untill it becomes real.
2. If you are going to sleep and suddenly find yourself not dreaming...but awake as a wolf,its a involentary shift. Try reading a book before you go to bed as this will help you dream and not shift. If your shifting during the day (causing sudden fainting), be carefull, this may actually be a medical problem and you should seek advise from your local doctor.
3. If you are having problems controlling your wolfy behavior, such as growling, getting angry and Kraving to howl... Go for a walk, get some fresh air and relax. Eating something cold seems to help. You could also go to the woods and have a good run or maybe a good howl when no one is around!
4. Go somewhere with a group of friends, have a sleepover or even just a walk in the park with them. Another idea is to walk your dog if you have one or even teach it to howl with you. CaniX is a group that offers you running with your dog. You can also make dens in the woods with some friends or have a dinner party if your a bit to old for play fights an