FRUSTRATION HAPPENS anytime and there are endless reasons to be impatient like a long line, bills wrongly charged to your account, misbehaving kids, unproductive staff and a lot more. People don’t do what they’re supposed to. Rejection. Disappointment. You can choose to be mad, irritable, and offensive and feel like a victim of negative events. All of these reactions  have worst outcomes or  you can learn to reverse frustration with patience.

Patience doesn’t mean allowing others to continuously commit mistakes, but it a power you need to possess and utilize so you can be a master of your emotion instead of being a victim. It’s an emotionally-freeing practice of waiting, watching, and knowing when to act. Patience is more than just tolerance, more than a simple emotion, because it’s also a form of compassion.

To be frustrated means to obstruct or hinder yourself from feeling perfectly well. Frustration is a feeling of agitation and intolerance triggered when your needs and expectations aren’t met. The present-day lifestyle teaches us to seek for immediate results. The internet speeds up our need to communicate and be informed, but when there is trouble with internet connection we easily become upset and impatient.

Despite the digital age’s awesomeness, it has propagated impatience and lack of compassion. Know that these negative emotions cause illness and emotional chaos. The dangers in being impatient lie in the quality of relationship we have with people around us, when you lose your cool, when you let impatience eat you, relationships you take care for quite some time can be destroyed, in just a blink of an eye.

Impatience can make you look at your spouse, friends and employees as disposable instead of devoting the necessary time to nurture love. Patience gives meaningful time in a relationship without giving up or giving into anger. Patience gives you the liberating air you’ve always wanted to inhale. Impatience hampers healing. The next time you get impatient, you might just as well pay the price of being angry, emotional and frustrated.

Frustration hinders emotional freedom. Expressing frustrations in an effort to resolve an issue is healthy, but it must be done from a non-irritable, non-hostile place. If not, you’ll put others on the defensive. Swimming in frustration leads to endless dissatisfaction and kills our sense of humor. Conquering frustration will revive your emotional life by making it your choice how you handle daily hassles and stresses.  Try the medicine of patience as compassion and live a holistically stress-free life by joining the most trusted name in healing, Dok Ed’s Coaching Program. Enrol now at dokedcoaching.com and call 0922-684-9925