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“You’ll have bad times but that will always wake you up to the good stuff you weren’t paying attention to.” – Good Will Hunting
Fear of missing out – commonly known as “FOMO” – is something that affects most of us at some time or other. I’ve experienced it, you’ve experienced it, and – in short – it totally sucks.
Sometimes we exert all of our effort, time, dedication, and strength into one singular activity – or we stretch ourselves too thin by taking on too much.
Every day, we should strive to become better versions of ourselves by seeking a multitude of learning experiences. As a youth, we hold a sense of social responsibility, and becoming involved in the community helps you to grow and develop both intrapersonal and social skills.
Drifting away from someone you have known for a long time can be really difficult, but sometimes it is the best thing we can do for our emotional well-being. As life carries on, things change and people do too. No matter how hard it may be, trying to move on as life carries us in a new direction is occasionally necessary.
Controlling the level of anxiety is the key to helping your academic career to be as smooth as possible.