Have you ever been taught what to do when frustrated or upset? Or do you know how to react or what to do in those situations??.. Nobody talks about these emotions or how to handle them. These are because of the piled-up negative emotions in the brains.
Having a positive mindset helps people or students to transform into whole different people. Life never gives you want, and it only gives you what you are destined for. So stop praying for what you wish rather than ask for what is suitable for you.
A brain occupied with all negative emotions can never attract a healthy atmosphere. Cultivate habits like yoga and meditation, which can help you self-analyze your capabilities and build the right mindset. A positive brain opens up doors to many new opportunities and gives you a chance to experiment. Start experimenting with things; this way, you learn a lot of experiences. Experiences are more significant than knowledge any day. You can buy books and gain understanding, but experiences are earned only through experimenting and participating, for which a positive mindset acts as a bridge between you and the opportunities.
A positive mindset helps you to enjoy and express yourself more and worry a little. It helps you start curing yourself or makes you look at the problem in the right dimension. You can't really approach a friend or talk to someone for every little anxiety and fear(e.g., anxiety about tomorrow's exam). It's ok to ask for help and talk to someone, but building a positive mindset with the capability to cure little things from within is more important.
Student life is also one of those experiences; being a student, it is very important to have a free brain so that you can learn things, brainstorm and scale your ideas. Enjoy a little extra. Don't get stressed thinking about what your financial position would look like; rather, work on building a strong positive mindset that can help you irrespective of anything. You will have to work for the next 40 years (if only your body permits), but you can't experience your student life again.
Hence, build a positive mindset so that you can see around and appreciate what you have now and experience it to the fullest.