Worrying about when something will go wrong will only steal your current joy. Accept that you can't perfectly prepare for potential challenges.
Researchers found students who predicted getting a poor grade on an exam felt bad for days before receiving their results. The stressing, however, didn't diminish the disappointment they felt once they got their scores.
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