When we are stressed, it is easy to get locked into narrow thinking, noticing only what is wrong, or assuming that either a particular thing must be done or there is no other way. Manageable situations such as an unwanted change of room, tutor or study group can seem bigger problems than they are. Even poor grades or failed exams, though they might involve some rethinking or change, are not catastrophes and could create unforeseen opportunities.
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