Frazzled? A better way to cope with life’s frustrations

We live in a world where frustrations are an inevitable part of life and learning to tolerate frustration should be a part of your healing journey. In this Self-Coaching episode, I talk about the nature of “intolerance”—letting life’s frustrations victimize you.

Maybe you’ve tried counting to 10, taking deep breaths, or thinking of purple elephants, all to no avail. Unless you have a better grasp on how and why you wind up frazzled by life’s frustrations, you’ll continue to be triggered by these events.

Join me in an exploration of how that pristine moment between the stimulus (frustrating event) and response (becoming frazzled) can become your key to a calmer, healthier acceptance of life’s inevitable challenges.

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