course. Therewill alwaysbesomethat havemoreor arebetter at something than you ? but try and always focuson how far you? vecome and thegoals you still want to achieve. Remember, failureisapart of life, and we all must learn from such challenges. Don? t giveup. B) Eat good tasting and healthy food; get enough sleep and regular exercise! Making sure you get adequate amountsof thesesimple requirements for ahealthy mind and body areoften overlooked. Sleep and exercise(physical and mental) help reduce stress, avoid depression and sharpen your attention. C) A positiveattitude goesalong way! Spend your timewith supportivepeople, doing thingsthat you enjoy! Nothing makes you feel happier than spending timewith good friends, sharing common interests. Spending timewith peoplewho careabout you and support what you aredoing can be extremely beneficial ? when othersbelievein your abilities, it isoften easier to believein yourself. Stop criticizing othersand yourself ? it? seasy to fall into thistrap. As you? ve probably heard the phrase, ?I? m my own worst critic.?Take adeep breath, and try to find something to appreciate about yourself each day, even if it? s something small. Replacing negative thoughts with positive oneswill always improve your mood. ?Meditation helpsus focuson our own bodiesand showsus how we have control.It strengthensthe mind-body connection,?says Dheeraj Singh,a Meditational Yoga Instructor in Varanasi,India. ?These are great skillsfor studentsto use when they get stressed or tired or frustrated; it promotesa sense of calm for everyone.?