Uh-oh, Receiver. Someone's scared - whether of you, your potential actions, their possible consequences or of an ongoing situation relevant to both. Whether you feel yourself personally responsible for the Bearer’s state of mind or not, And my axe! or Can I help? enquire as to whether any help can be given and reassure the Bearer of the Receiver’s continued presence. Should the Receiver have intentionally prompted terror , of course, My work here is done says so explicitly and Evil laugh or Big mistake may be appropriate, whilst Trust me suggests trust in the Receiver can counter the Bearer’s concerns. Keep calm & carry on offers universal support, I'll make it up to you promises to make amends, while Tell me more asks for further detail and Don't give up counsels endurance. My heart bleeds offers sympathy laconic at best, and Get over it none whatsoever.