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Bhavna P. @bhavna_pande

Fear and anxiety are like unwelcome visitors that sometimes show up in our minds. Fear is when we feel scared or worried about something specific, like spiders or thunderstorms. It’s a normal reaction to danger, helping us stay safe. But sometimes, fear can get too big and make us feel anxious even when there’s no real danger around.

Anxiety is like a constant worry machine in our brains. It’s when we feel uneasy or nervous about things that haven’t even happened yet. Our minds start racing, imagining all sorts of bad scenarios. It’s like our brain is stuck on the β€œwhat if” button.

Both fear and anxiety can be tricky to deal with, but there are ways to tame them. Taking slow, deep breaths can help calm our minds. Talking to someone we trust about how we’re feeling can also lighten the load. And remember, when it comes to exam fear and anxiety, it’s important to know that while a bit of nervousness can be normal, it’s not a sign of weakness to ask for support from teachers, friends, or family members. They can offer guidance, encouragement, and sometimes just a listening ear to help ease those exam jitters.

Psychologist Bhavna Pande

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