Frustrations tend to stem from our failure to attain our goals. Many other life situations serve to make the situation worse. Most of them can be distilled into a few things that really make all of us very frustrated.
Lack of motivation is the primary reason for most of our frustrations. We start a project with all the intention of finishing it; then we lose the energy to keep going. Our goals will then not go anywhere in such circumstances. There can be many reasons why we have to stop, but they do not take away from the fact that we stopped working on them. Human beings have been known to be afraid of success as much as they are of fear.
It would be beneficial to keep in mind the reason why we started the project in the first place.
Others claim that they do not have time to finish anything important, which makes them frustrated. Most of us go through life being very busy, but we rarely focus that energy on the things that matter the most. As time runs out; we shall look back and feel frustrated we did not focus on the happiness-inducing activities.
It is a common reason for those who lack the commitment to find solace in blaming time. Commitment is usually a great motivator to someone to find the necessary time. This is best accompanied by proper planning, where you give priority to the things that matter the most first.
Others are simply not focused. It is our trait to get distracted too easily. To focus as well as you should, you need to be properly motivated. This works best when you are also persistent and determined. You also need to be patient on your way to achieving our goals. Without patience, it would be easy to shift from strategy to strategy, without understanding which part needed correction. Reflection is key in all areas of our lives. It helps put things in perspective and maintain our focus on the main goal.
We can clearly see where we go wrong in our quest to hit our targets then get frustrated along the way. They also keep us from having the right mindset for achieving anything worthwhile.
Those who feel they have had enough of the frustrations of life should take their time to look clearly at where they are and where they are headed. You need to take away the parts that are heavy for nothing, and you will notice what has been causing you the most frustration. Then work on making it better by keeping things simple, be clear on what you want to achieve, and focus your energies on achieving them. Patience is key in everything you do. Consistency is the stone that grinds out the impossible. When your life has meaning and direction, frustration will have no place in it.