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JI­TEN­DRA NAG­PAL can lead to un­de­sir­able loss of time and en­ergy and should be talked about at the ear­li­est. As soon as a dis­tress­ing thought comes in your mind chal­lenge it by ask­ing what pur­pose will it solve or why do you need to waste time on it. Break the process. Do not run from the sit­u­a­tion by avoid­ing what­ever comes to your mind. In­stead, try to chal­lenge the sit­u­a­tion and fo­cus on ways to stop its re­cur­rence. Your main aim should be to de-con­di­tion your mind and then re­con­di­tion it for the new be­hav­iour which will oc­cur only when your thoughts get mod­i­fied. Try to dis­tract your­self with some ac­tive or con­scious fo­cus on thoughts about pos­i­tive mem­o­ries, events, etc.

To fol­low your day sched­ule, you might like to take help Af­ter pass­ing my Class 12, I am cur­rently tak­ing com­pet­i­tive ex­ams. My is­sue is that I have so many peo­ple around me who are more con­cerned about my ad­mis­sions than I and my par­ents. When­ever they see me they

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