What is frustration, how to handle frustration.
What is frustration
Frustration occurs when something is important does not, and soon there is no chance to fix it, because it simply is not possible or is stopping something they can not cope. The cause of frustration may be internal or external. Inner frustrations resulting from problems fulfilling personal goals and desires or fears of mistrust and fear of social situations. External causes of frustration may be a task that we are unable to solve.
Reaction to frustration
There are several ways to prevent frustration. The first is the way of rationalization. Rationalisation (rationally – from the Latin. Nous) is the rational justification of why we failed. Easily convince ourselves that the success we have not stood, because it was associated with some inconvenience. But sometimes it can be justified by objective facts. Compensation is another way to prevent frustration. It is easier to pay something unattainable thing for us is similar. Projection attribute thoughts and ideas that are unpleasant to us, someone else. Regression is a return to a lower level, which also match their behavior. For example, a forty-year successful entrepreneur can become a teenage youths with all the silly ideas that belong to this age. Regression can be transient and disappear after a certain period, or permanent, and one back at a higher level never reached. Aggression is seen attacking a reaction that may be in the form of verbal abuse and can lead to physical assault. Aggression tend to people who do not expect resistance from the other side. After the achievement of the objectives one is trying to downplay it or depreciate, this phenomenon is called trivialization. Period that the individual is building something you can compare for example immunity granted to punish, but also rewards. Such an individual loses interest in the job. Avoidance reaction to people trying to leave the situation and is starting for example with alcohol. Conscious suppression of displacement or frustration is called repression.
People suffering from frustrations may reach a state which is called deprivation, which is very serious and very poorly removed by mental illness. If we lose the meaning of life and completely frustrated us all in our neighborhood, then it is an existential frustration, which can be treated only by specialists.
A typical response to frustration is aggression. Each person differs in how it is able to tolerate frustration. For example, someone bothers to communicate when someone is too close to him, which does not interfere with another. For example, someone dials a lack of peace in the workplace, with no other surrounding vociferation can be. We are all different.
The reaction to the frustration of the people do not vote, but rather it is subject. A common reaction is the already mentioned aggression. Who would know the following example: A man has a quarrel with his wife and then scold their children or work to their subordinates. Alternatively, it may happen that something will break or pound his fist into the wall. There are different manifestations of reactions to frustration and each with different balances. Everything is from a biological point of view in order, but unfortunately suffer from interpersonal relationships. Successful managers know that aggression causes stress (a good many people they know personally). Much less, however, know that aggression is often associated with frustration. People respond differently to frustration, but especially the dominant people of frustration and helplessness just to turn aggression. Making are often perceived as aggressive are those who would like to do their job well, but the communication or other problems that they do not and they can not solve problems. The aggression is therefore always necessary to respond to a thorough understanding of the problem. Often it is necessary to understand the context of time also.