Understanding Frustration #GreatMinds

When we cannot attain or reach a desired outcome or situation – we are encountered with an emotion – called frustration. We get frustrated when we are blocked (or prevented) from reaching a desired goal or ambition. Whenever we accomplish a goal, we feel happy or enjoy that feeling of achieving something. On the contrary, when we miss a target or are prevented from reaching the desired end – we may surrender to frustration and thus, feel annoyed or depressed.

Frustrating situations, that cause resentment, or lead to a feeling of resignation, can have a destructive effect. However, frustration should not always be looked at as a negative emotion. Frustration often can be a motivator too! Since it can draw our attention to problems in our lives and compel us to look at strategies to bring about a change.

Here’s what T F Hodge, an American author, has to say:


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In this ongoing series #GreatMinds on my blog, I am shining a spotlight on the important ideas that some very successful people keep talking about in their public life.

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