what is connection between Provocation, Irritation, Aggravation and irritation?
October 23, 2008 1:17am CST
One of the frequent questions asked by students of psychology is: 'Please explain the connection between Provocation, Irritation, Aggravation and Frustration?' The following explains it: One day John, who has a business of selling Iron rods, was sitting in office and got a call from Edward : 'Got a Iron ROD?' John: 'yes.' Edward: 'Shove it up' and then he disconnected the call. This is Provocation! Again on the next day John got a call. Edward: 'Got an Iron rod?' John (trying to be smart): 'No' Edward: 'Shoved it up?' and then he disconnected the call. This is Irritation! On the third day again John got the call from Edward : 'Got a Rod?' John (trying to be over-smart): 'Yes and no' Edward: 'Moving it in and out or what?' and he disconnects the call. This is Aggravation! The next day John thinks of taking revenge... so he calls up Edward. John: 'Got a Rod?' Edward: 'Why? Want to shove it up?' This is Frustration!