- Create a phrase that will help you see this problem or frustration as a smaller problem, such as, “In the grand scheme of things, this is not so important,” or “This is not a life or death situation.”
- Or, create some reasoning behind why you are frustrated, such as, “Everything happens for a reason,” or “I will learn something from this.”
- Another mantra you can say to yourself is, “I accept that I am frustrated, and I am allowing myself to feel this emotion.” By acknowledging how you feel in a calm manner, you’ll stop fighting the emotion and learn how to just be with it.
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Stephanie Mansour from Step It Up with Steph has some great tips for living a more happy, healthy, and fit lifestyle. Check back each week for a new, fun, and easy way to live better, eat healthier, and experience something new!