New Delhi, April 21 -- To avoid unhealthy comparisons, Deanna Fugle advised:

Talking about the impact of unhealthy comparison on student well-being, Smitha Rahul, Rehabilitation Psychologist, Student Counsellor Academic Co-ordinator and Psychology lecturer at St. Claret P.U. College in Bengaluru, said, "Unhealthy comparison can have a significant negative effect on a young person's development, particularly on their mental well-being, sense of self-worth, level of confidence, social skills, and general personality."

Let's examine a few consequences of these harmful comparisons -

Smitha Rahul said, "In general, unhealthy comparison can have a substantial negative impact on conduct, social skills, personality, behaviour, self-esteem, and...