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Everybody experiences some or the other form of peer pressure at some point in his/her life. Be it exam fear or fear of failure in a competition or fear of failing to get an approval from parents, all of these can lead to frustration anger and disappointment.

We often identify ourselves with our accomplishment and forget that our ultimate aim in life is to be joyous. We forget that if we enjoy what we are doing right now, everything else tends to follow naturally.

You can be successful by avoiding peer pressure by following these simple steps.

Compete with yourself

Everyone has different capabilities, backgrounds, and cultures. Naturally, your

 

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