Frustration: How do you handle it?
April 27, 2010 10:42pm CST
there comes a time when each one of us gets frustrated. maybe it's something we want that we were not able to get. something we like that we were not able to achieve. there are other reasons for our frustration. it leaves us staring blankly on the wall, deep thoughts, depression sets in, cannot eat, cannot sleep, etc. how did you handle your frustration?
28 Apr 10
TIME, that's the key, it is normal to feel frustrations undergo to its process (depression, anger, mourning etc.) friends, (family/love ones) this is also very essential a good advise, calming words and even just a thought that their someone who is willing to listen to you and be there by your side comforting you would speed the process, lastly, Acceptance..when you accept something in your life/thoughts it is easy to let it go and move on.
28 Apr 10
I am frustrated to a lot of things but if I can't have it then I don't mind at all. Frustration actually is like killing me slowly. I can't help it sometimes. Like ordinary people it is one of the greatest challenge I must cope with. It's the greatest fight against myself. But all I can do is escape from that thought. I have to learn to forget it. It's stressful for me but I need to and I have to. Though sometimes I gonna need a psychiatrist. It's like breaking my brain into pieces. LOL I don't know anything that could help me out but to not mind at all. So sad. I have to undergo some depressions every time I started frustrating. What's more bad is whenever I get frustrated I became very frustrated. How I wish frustrations gone forever. Why should a person get very interested on something s/he cannot have sometimes? Ha ha
28 Apr 10
It depends on what I'm frustrated about. If it's something that I can't do anything about, I distract myself by playing on my computer or mylotting. If it's something that i can do something about, then I do something about it. It may give me more frustrations but at the end of the day, I know I did my best. It's better to feel frustrated (which is lasts for a short time only) than to cry over spilled milk