A: Man, I'm freaking out. You gotta help me.
B: Whoa, whoa, take it easy, relax. Geez, you're sweating like a pig. What's going on?
A: I can't go through with this. I just can't....I'm not ready for marriage. What was I thinking? I'm only 35 years old. I've got my entire life ahead of me, adventures waiting. I can't settle down yet.
B: What are you talking about? It wasn't more than a month ago that you were rambling on about how you're tired of living the life of a bachelor and how you envy your friends that have a family.
A: I know, I know.
B: Let's think this through. First of all, you cannot leave Amy at the alter. Not only will she be humiliated and kill you, but she's a woman that you love and woman of your dreams. Why would you want to end that or jeopardize it like this? Second of all, you are just getting cold feet. You know deep down inside that you want to marry her, so cut the crap and do it.
A: You're right. I'm being crazy. Okay, I'm ready. Let's do this.
B: Great. Phew. That was a close one. You had me going there for a minute, I thought I was gonna have to slap some sense into you.
freak (sb) out
（If someone freaks out, or if something freaks them out, they suddenly feel extremely surprised, upset, angry, or confused.）
I remember the first time I went onstage. I freaked out completely.
Don't freak out. It's only a little field mouse.
take it easy
(If someone tells you to take it easy or take things easy, they mean that you should relax and not do very much at all.)
Take it easy, everything will be just fine.
Maybe you should just take it easy this weekend.
It is best to take things easyfor a week or two.
He's trying to save their marriage.
After five years of unhappy marriage, he divorced his wife.
sweat like a pig
(to be very hot and to sweat a lot)
Aerobics will make me sweat like a pig.
It's so hot and I was sweating like a pig.
go through with
(If you go through with an action you have decided on, you do it, even though it may be very unpleasant or difficult for you.)
We decided to go through with our plan anyway.
She tells Tony she can't go through with the wedding.
（When someone settles down, they start living a quiet life in one place, especially when they get married or buy a house.）
He tried to settle down in a new country.
（If you say that someone is rambling on, you mean that they have been talking for a long time in a boring and rather confused way.）
What is she rambling on about now?
be tired of...
I'm somewhat tired of working here.
I'm tired of eating the same thing for lunch every day.
He was humiliated in front of the piblic.
She knew that by failing her exams she could jeopardize her whole future.
get cold feet
(to be unsure whether you want to do something, or to become too nervous and worried to do it)
I got cold feetwhenever I have to speak in front of a crowd.
I began to get cold feet, but the other two guys were totally positive.
cut the crap
（a rude way of telling someone to stop saying things that are not true or not important.）
Just cut the crap and tell me what you really want from me.
You had me going there for a minute/while
slap some sense into sb
talk some sense into sb
I'll talk some sense into him.