Feeling frustrated by not being able to fulfill some objective that had been raised, whether at the economic, work or sentimental level, is an emotion that triggers anger, sadness and impotence.
When you draw some goals and objectives, you work for them, but something happens that is not in your hands, is usually cause to feel frustrated and disappointed. The error lies in our strategies for feeling satisfaction, according to the blog of Neuro-linguistic Programming of the Americas (NLP Americas).
Feeling frustrated is a very normal emotion in the human being, but there are several methods, ways and tricks very effective to treat a person in this situation:
The first one is that the time we invest is enjoyed regardless of whether the "goal" arrives or not. We set our goals and the only event that can give us feelings of triumph is to reach the goal, instead of enjoying the path that leads to that end.
The second is that our brain connects in such a way that, when we enjoy what we do, it is very likely that we become very good at what we are doing and the "goal" comes as a side effect.
The third is from a personal level. It is important to be clear that feeling frustrated is something that anyone can go through throughout their lives, which will help prevent anxiety and depression.
The negative aspect must be left aside to be converted into a situation with clear positive objectives, such as learning and growing, two keys in the long process of the maturation of the human being, according to the website.
It is essential to learn to let off steam, which may be the most effective when you feel frustrated. It is a necessary and indispensable step to then face this situation with greater objectivity and visualize it as an opportunity.
Another fundamental aspect is to rely on others, on those close people with whom feelings can be shared. Surrounding yourself with affection is a vital impulse to rebuild those parts of the personality and get ahead, in addition to having a different vision to combat frustration.
Follow us on @GetQoralHealth, GetQoralHealth on Facebook and on YouTube