Suffering from frequent frustration may signal something profoundly wrong with one’s personal habits, schedule, or lifestyle. We all get frustrated from time to time. But we can take steps to limit frustration’s symptoms and get to the root of the problem.
Think of stress as the occasional stubbed toe or bruised elbow. It happens sometimes. That’s life.
Now, think of frustration as an infection. Bruises and scratches happen, but it’s not normal for them to become infected.
Living with occasional stress is unavoidable — but short and passing. Here are five steps we can take to keep our stress from infecting into frustration and hurting longer than it should.Continue reading