Developing Frustration Tolerance (COD Lesson)
As we go through life, we are often irritated by people, annoyed by delays, and frustrated when things do not go our way. We too often display our irritation and live our lives almost constantly upset. Being frustrated from time to time is a common fact of life. Low frustration tolerance is having oversized or extreme reactions to normal stressors and inconveniences of everyday life. Use this lesson to understand the common beliefs driving frustration. Learn to challenge your thoughts to reduce frustration and allow yourself to overlook offenses. Examine several key ways to put this material into practice and have the peace and serenity you have been looking for.