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My Best Ways to Deal with Frustration | Suzanne Kane
Photo by Denys Nevozhai on Unsplash "Frustration, although quite painful at times, is a very positive and essential part of success." – Bo Bennett Like most people, I've experienced many instances of frustration. Some of them proved exceedingly trying and I found it nearly impossible to get past the episodes, replaying in my head what happened and how badly it made me feel. While I tried different methods to cope, including tipping back a few too many cocktails after a rough day at work, most were ineffective, at best. Worse, some had lingering consequences, such as a reprimand from my boss (after coming in late due to the imbibing). Over the years, however, I've made it a point to determine what works best for me to deal with frustration. First, though, here's some research frustration, how to recognize it, typical symptoms, frustration's relationship to anger and stress and other interesting science. Frustration often leads to recurring nightmares. Ever wake up in the