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THE NEGATIVE IMPACT OF FRUSTRATION

Who haven’t been frustrated in their lives ?

Yes, we all have been there and we have faced it. Submission deadlines from work, pressure from family, broken promises, the failures that we face in our life daily and the inability to strive to achieve our dreams no matter how hard we try are some sort of great disturbances that we face constantly and these are some of the first hand reasons we get frustrated so much.

Being frustrated is a common problem but if it is not taken care of properly it can damage the serenity of our lives so much. Lack of peace, mental stress, inability to fall asleep, tiredness and restlessness are some of the common problems associated with frustration. These problems shortens the duration of our life and can be a very harmful threat to our survival.

So what can be done in order to minimise this situation ?

The first thing we can do is to be happy and content in life no matter what happens. Stop thinking too much and don’t make too much deal out of anything. Be it failures, broken promises or shattered dreams. Keep yourself happy and clear your mind and fill it with positive, colourful thoughts. Be calm, relaxed and focus on your achievements rather than failures.

In doing so, you can lead a cheerful and prosperous life filled with beautiful memories and tremendous happiness.


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Abhijith Padmakumar View All

Engineer, writer,blogger, wannabe journalist. This page is a reflection of my life and my opinion about different aspects thats happening around the world. I want people to read my opinions, thoughts, discover their life and be inspired.

16 thoughts on “THE NEGATIVE IMPACT OF FRUSTRATION Leave a comment

  1. I think that frustration can be a positive thing if it encourages us to solve problems to overcome those barriers. Overcoming frustration can be so liberating! But when we allow our frustrations to shut us down, it can destroy us.

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  2. This is brilliant! This is an incredibly applicable and practical article. I have recently been reading some of the work of the Stoic philosopher Epictetus, and it’s great to read an article which suggests how to put the ideas of serenity and frustration into practice. I would add that frustration never arises from the situation itself, but from our interpretation of it. Even if we fail or promises are shattered or dreams are broken, as long as our mind-set is correct and we genuinely know what is in our power and what is not, then feelings of frustration will not even arise, and the state of calm will be maintained. I really enjoyed reading this-keep writing more like it!

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    • Thank you so much Matthew 😊. You are absolutely right and I agree with you. Thank you so much for your read and have a great time my friend 😊

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  3. This is something I needed today. Its so easy to get frustrated but its hard to be positive. Its easier to look at your failures than to accept your success. Frustration is something I need to learn how control because not only am tearing myself down when I do it, Im losing motivation along with it & if I got goals to hit, its going to cause some serious damage.

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  4. Frustration never fails to overwhelm anyone, but we when it strikes us, we have two options: Let it be or let it go.

    If we can empty our mind and flow like water, we don’t even need to think which option should we take.

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  5. When I am frustrated, I generally don’t show it. I keep it with myself, although I kNow it makes my situation even worse. but I can’t help it. In my view, I always think people will not understand your frustration better than you. We only have the medication of our frustration.

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  6. I frankly think that our mind is programmed in such a way that we end up thinking too much, and that create hell load of problems in one’s life. But then with a little training of the mind we all can achieve a little more control over the mind.
    Nice read πŸ‘πŸ‘

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