January 26, 2020
7 Ways To Not be Frustrated All The Time

7 Ways To Not Be Frustrated All The Time

Are You Tired Of Being Frustrated All The Time?

At times we can be very frustrated at something or someone, whether it’s from something that happened at work or that something didn’t plan out the way you want it to be, or something that a person did.

When your frustrated, it feels like the whole world is against you and you can’t take control of the situation.

What Can I Do To Feel Less Frustrated?

The things that you can do to feel less frustrated which I will talk about in more detail later in this article is to calm your mind, Identify the reason why you are frustrated, letting go of frustration, having multiple solutions to it, doing something else, be or stay positive, and taking action.

Now I will talk about how you can feel less frustrated.

1. Calm Your Mind

When you are frustrated, your mind is most likely spinning out of control and you’re not looking at the situation.

When you calm your mind by breathing or meditating, you can calm yourself and see the situation in a more neutral perception, and you will diminish the effects of the stressful emotion.

I would recommend that you meditate or you do some time of breathing exercise for about 5 to 10 minutes, if you did and you still feel like your mind is all over the place, then try again or find something else that will help you calm your mind.

When I feel that I’m getting frustrated with something, I meditate or do breathing techniques for about 10 to 20 minutes to calm my mind and see the situation more clearly.

It works pretty much every time.

2. Identify Why You Are Frustrated

Another important thing to do when you are frustrated is to figure out the reason why you are frustrated.

Is it because you are trying to control something? When you Identify the reason why you are frustrated, you might notice that your frustration might have been stress that has been building up over the day or weak.

When you identify it, then it can be a little easier to let go of the stress/frustration that has built up.

You don’t want to hold on to the thing that is frustrating you, because when you hold onto the thing that is frustrating you, it will build up the frustration even more and you will feel most of the lower emotions most of the time.

eventually, you will “blow up” and it will not be pretty.

So It is very important to let it go of the build-up stress/frustration before you “blow up”.

3. let Go Of Frustration

The next thing to do is to simply let go of trying to control the situation that you are frustrated at.

When you let go of trying to control the situation, you will flow more with life and things will become much easier.

If you have a hard time letting go then imagine that the situation that is making you frustrated is a hot coal that you are holding in your hands.

Imagine dropping the hot coal, then you would let go of your frustration like that, it can be as simple as that.

I use the hot coal analogy a lot to let go of frustration and to let go of other things.

It has helped me a lot to feel more at peace and to feel less frustrated.

4. Have Multiple Solutions

You always have options even if it seems like you don’t.

Tell yourself that you need to brainstorm at least 5 options for the situation that you are dealing with.

Just having options will help you decrease your stress and frustration.

You can write those 5 down, or you can just repeat those five in your head or out loud.

just make sure that you say those 5 options.

You won’t feel like you are trapped or that you don’t have many options.

Out of the things that you came up with, choose the best possible solution and execute that solution.

5. Do Something Else

Do something that takes your mind off of the situation that is making your frustrated like reading a book, take a bath, or doing one of your favorite hobbies, whatever takes your mind off of the situation.

I like to play basketball whenever I’m feeling frustrated with something, I find that when I get back with what I was frustrated at, I see the solution to it and get it done.

It also is a good source of exercise too.

When you are doing this, you will be distracted by doing something else and you won’t be thinking about or focusing on the situation that you were frustrated at.

6. Be Or Stay Positive

Things and situations are most likely not as bad as they appear.

Things may seem a lot worse than it is because we might feel mentally drained or tired of something.

Take a quick break from the thing that’s making you frustrated and do something that you enjoy, whether that is playing sports, exercising, walking, or hiking.

A positive mind can figure out more solutions than a negative mind.

the negative mind thinks the situation is hopeless and thinks there is no other way to deal with it.

A very closed mind can not come up with very many solutions, so stay positive.

It might take some time to train your brain to think of the positives if you always had a negative mind.

I know this from personal experience.

I used to have a very negative mind. I would almost always think of what would go wrong in a situation and I would not do certain things because I felt like I wasn’t worthy.

When I decided to think more positively, I had to work on that for quite a while because of the negative mindset I had.

Now, I have more of a positive mindset.

7. Take Action

When you are very frustrated with something, you tend to not want to work on it or deal with it anymore.

Anything that will get you out of the situation that you are currently in seems a lot better than figuring or working it out. At this point, procrastination might kick into gear.

If you keep going, you might get past on the temporary roadblock that you were in.

Another thing you can do when you are frustrated with something is to ask for help.

When you ask for help, the other person can help you with whatever is making you frustrated and when they helped, you don’t feel that frustrated anymore because someone helped you with the situation that you were in.


We can be very frustrated at times.

Sometimes it’s something that happened at work, something that someone did, or a situation that is making us stuck.

If you do any of the things that were mentioned on the list, then you will be less frustrated and can flow through life much easier than before.

If you want to share your experiences with frustration and how you overcome it or you have a question, then comment below.

I will try to reply to you as soon as possible.



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