What is frustration?
Frustration - a term that is widely used in psychology. He describes the emotional state of a person. But what is frustration? What feelings, thoughts or emotions are associated with this concept?
The word comes from the Latin frustratio, which means frustration, deception, the collapse of plans. The word frustration describes a negative state of a person when someone or something prevents him from achieving his desired goal.
Allocate external and internal frustrations. For example, you are in a hurry to meet, and on the way pierced a tire. You feel anger, irritation, you can not wait to quickly solve the problem. This is external frustration, when certain circumstances stand in the way of achieving the goal.
Internal frustrations are associated with some traits of a person’s character, or with its external features that make it difficult to achieve the desired, and which are not as easily eliminated as a punctured tire. For example, a person dreams of getting a higher education, but mental stress is given to him with great difficulty. Or someone wants to be the soul of the company, but he is by nature too shy and timid.Frustrations often lead to deep personal conflicts, to lower self-esteem and rejection of the person himself.