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theDistractedDentist

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i don't know why i feel so nervous for dec 1st. It's so long from now. I am blessed to receive 6 pre dec invites and 1 on dec 6th! And i don't consider myself as a great interviewee but i am not bad at it either. People asked me how did i do after every interview and i always tell them that i honestly don't know how i did. I didn't bomb any of them (only been to 4 so far) and at the same time, i didn't know if my answers lived up to the interviewers' standards. I tried many times to stop thinking about it but the worst possible scenario (all rejections) keeps popping up in my head. I need to see a therapist lol. Anyway, anyone feeling the same? and any advice?
 
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It's natural. Just know that with 6 interviews, you're more than likely going to receive an acceptance. Don't stress too much.
 

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Hey! I made a whole thread on this since I also have a few interviews and I've beene extremely nervous. People commented and their advice actually helped me destress a lot. Lots of people are feeling this way so don't feel odd and try to relax (I know easier said than done lol). Here's the thread: December 1st anxiety
 

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I am currently experiencing the same thing, also scared that after 6 interviews I'll fail somehow. Yes, after every interview I also felt unsure and thus concluded that I probably did really bad.
I just try to think that every day is a blessing and another day for me to go out and appreciate life. Don't stop what you love to do, keep spending time doing things you love and being around people you love! Also.. yoga really helped me with anxiety!
 
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I am currently experiencing the same thing, also scared that after 6 interviews I'll fail somehow. Yes, after every interview I also felt unsure and thus concluded that I probably did really bad.
I just try to think that every day is a blessing and another day for me to go out and appreciate life. Don't stop what you love to do, keep spending time doing things you love and being around people you love! Also.. yoga really helped me with anxiety!
Yoga is the best!!
 

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I don't know if this will help, but if anyone wants a project that'll keep their mind off December 1st, I gotta say that building your own electric longboard is the funnest distraction you can have.

I started mine about two months ago with no prior knowledge of either electronics or skateboarding, and if you're really passionate it will take over your life for those two months. Being honest though: It'll cost at least $300 at the bare minimum, but that's way better than the $1,500 boosted boards on the market.

This is the video that got me started on mine:

And his followup with a description of the components:
 
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