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Laughter and tears are both responses to frustration and exhaustion. I myself prefer to laugh, since there is less cleaning up to do afterward. (Thanks to BrainyQuote.com)
Our fatigue is often caused not by work, but by worry, frustration and resentment.
Dale Carnegie (Thanks to BrainyQuote.com)
My recipe for dealing with anger and frustration: set the kitchen timer for twenty minutes, cry, rant, and rave, and at the sound of the bell, simmer down and go about business as usual. (Thanks to BrainyQuote.com)
Frustration marches in and out of our lives every day. Sometimes it sits down and has a cup of coffee. It might even flop on our sofa and stay there all day. But it usually gets up and goes on its way.
Sometimes we cause our own frustration, that is the usual case. Then we also have life events upset us, even terrorize us and they can be long-lasting. Then the best thing to do, is to stop what you are doing, think of what is causing your frustration and work on solutions to remove it.
Meditation is good!
Prayer is good!
Exercise is very good! You can just jump up and down and bash your head against the wall.
Talking things over with a friend is also very good.
With little time, Mr. frustration will get tired of hanging around and look for someone else to frustrate and harass and test.
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