How do you transform frustration?
A good question to ask yourself when you are frustrated, or anyother negative emotion, is,
“What is my fear behind my frustration?”
If you can communicate and understand your fear it puts you in a position of problem solving rather than blaming.
The only thing you can control is your response.
All emotion has its roots in either love or fear.
If you share your fear rather than your frustration with the other people involved they are likely to respond positively to you.
That is if you are centered when you express yourself!
I love this Gandhi quote…think about it.
“The enemy is fear.
We think it is hate, but it is fear.” Gandhi
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Asking thoughtful questions is one aspect.
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