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It was the day of the big volleyball tournament. My team and I had practiced for weeks. I was ready. Or so I told myself. I really wasn't.
Whatever happens, happens for the best... Stay calm... It's gunna be ok...
As I walked to my mom's waiting car, I repeated the mantra in my head over and over, as if it was actually working. My mental pep talk was not working. At. All.
Stay calm. Relax. You. Are. Okay. You will. Be. Fine. Stay calm. You're ok. Breathe. Breathe. Breathe.
In my defense, I had never been a positive person in the first place. Especially in times of stress. When I was stressed, I was extra negative. I was negative10.
Are you good? Don't be so nervous, your team is really good. Everyone's good. And you guys have beaten all the teams once, you'll do it again!
Aashi, please stop thinking like that. You haven't even gotten to the court yet!
What if I'm the one to make the team lose, mom? What if I ruin everything?
Once I got on the court with my teammates, my nerves settled down. We warmed up and loosened up our muscles. I was ready now.
After the coin flip. both sides lined up, ready to play. I felt confident. I remembered this team. It was a painfully mediocre team.
I tried to give them the benefit of the doubt. I mean, improvement in 2 weeks isn't impossible. And then the game started. They were still mediocre.
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