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4 Steps to Fighting Frustration

by Janet Ungless Trapped in a traffic jam, stuck in a slow-moving checkout lane, delayed at the airport--we all know what it feels like to be frustrated. The emotion of frustration arises from the thought that we don't have the resources we need to get a job done. It's normal to feel frustration from time to time. After all, we don't always have everything we need. Unless your car suddenly sprouts wings, there's not much you can do about being stuck in traffic.
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