The world has not been the same for a long time now. People are trying hard to ensure they survive and thrive. But in the process, their frustration level is building up.
Frustration can have a negative influence on our mental health. It has the potential to change someone who is generally upbeat into someone who views practically everything as a problem.
The reasons are many:
- Frustration of Work
- Not enough Jobs
- Economic Instability
- The frustration from being constantly in front of the screen
- Perception of Wasting time
- Not Accepting life
The reasons can be many but the results of frustration are worse:
We all experience frustration, and being able to successfully deal with it is a crucial ability to master.
- Giving up
- Loss of Confidence
- Abuse and Use of Drugs and Alcohol
Dealing with Frustration:
We all experience frustration, and being able to successfully deal with it is a crucial ability to master. Following are the effective ways of dealing with Frustration:
- Relaxation and Exercise
- Therapy for Anger Management
It’s important to remember that you can’t get rid of your frustration. Despite your best attempts, things will happen that will frustrate and enrage you.
Frustration, suffering, grief, and the unpredictable behaviours of others are all part of life. You can’t alter it, but you can modify how you respond to similar occurrences.