Rebekah Weinman | Student Success Series

Rebekah Weinman, University of Toronto psychology student

It is important that a greater emphasis is placed on enhancing and elevating an individual’s quality of life.

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The only way to succeed in my education was to be resilient and bounce back from failures.

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There is no risk to putting yourself out there and trying new things, and you can always learn something from the process.

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The fear of not being good enough and the fear of failing shouldn’t stop you from trying your best.

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We are the Student Ambassador Program of the Canadian Positive Psychology Association (CPPA). Find our website here: https://www.cppa.ca/Student-Zone

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