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Stress

Just imagine if there is a repeat of the Challenger disaster, and you had something to do with creating the vehicle that burst into flames. Or you have to find a way to live with the fact that the weaponized aircraft you've designed is taking human lives. If you're not sure how you might handle such scenarios, start by building paper airplanes and see how it makes you feel. Then slowly work your way up to the real thing.