It's Not Easy to Deal With Frustration
Dealing with frustration is perhaps one of the worst feelings we can have/feel.
The bitter taste in your mouth, the "knee in your throat" for keeping what you should have said and didn't, the shame for feeling cowardly, "incapable", a "useless", even though you know you're not at all.
"What could I have done differently?"
"What could I have said differently to convince the other person that I was capable, that I deserved that opportunity, that chance?"
"I am a 'good person', I didn't deserve the 'no' but the 'yes'. It's not fair!"
These and other thoughts come to mind when dealing with frustration. I know, it's not easy. I deal with frustration that way and maybe that's natural, it's our nature, we're like that.
Despite this "aura" of "lightning and thunder" in our minds after a frustration, we need to look ahead, see things from another perspective.
Perhaps that frustration was liberation from a much bigger problem.
Looking at frustration in this way, perhaps they are welcome.