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08 January 2009

I honestly voice my frustrations

I honestly voice my frustrations

My opinions are valid, so I am honest about my feelings. I find constructive ways to communicate with the people in my life.

Everyone has frustrations. Annoyance and anger are natural human emotions. The best way to rid myself of these feelings is to acknowledge that they exist and to move forward.

Since I am in touch with my feelings, I know when I become angry or frustrated. As a calm and rational adult, I realize I must voice my frustrations in order to rid myself of them. Honestly voicing my frustrations is the best way for me to move past them.

I think of each frustration as a pesky fly. They are nothing more than small annoyances.

If each frustration I have is a fly, I imagine what would happen if all of those flies were to become trapped in a bottle. Picturing the chaos as these flies frantically search for an escape reminds me that I have a choice.

Instead of trapping the flies in a bottle, I can choose to release them. By taking the lid off of the bottle, I allow each fly to escape. All of the negative energy is gone, and the bottle becomes a calm space.

By comparing my frustrations to flies in a bottle, I can see the importance of releasing my frustrations. I imagine each frustration soaring away from me, and I am calmed by the image.

I refuse to let frustrations fester in my life so I take healthy steps toward letting go of petty annoyances. Sharing frustrations with others is therapeutic. I am relieved that I have the choice to honestly voice my frustrations and move forward.

Self-Reflection Questions:


1.    What frustrations have I experienced recently?
2.    Have I allowed frustrations to fester inside of me?
3.    What would happen if I were to “take the lid off of the bottle” and let these frustrations escape?
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In Section: Personal reflection - This article belongs to category: Exercises

I honestly voice my frustrations

My opinions are valid, so I am honest about my feelings. I find constructive ways to communicate with the people in my life.

Everyone has frustrations. Annoyance and anger are natural human emotions. The best way to rid myself of these feelings is to acknowledge that they exist and to move forward.

Since I am in touch with my feelings, I know when I become angry or frustrated. As a calm and rational adult, I realize I must voice my frustrations in order to rid myself of them. Honestly voicing my frustrations is the best way for me to move past them.

I think of each frustration as a pesky fly. They are nothing more than small annoyances.

If each frustration I have is a fly, I imagine what would happen if all of those flies were to become trapped in a bottle. Picturing the chaos as these flies frantically search for an escape reminds me that I have a choice.

Instead of trapping the flies in a bottle, I can choose to release them. By taking the lid off of the bottle, I allow each fly to escape. All of the negative energy is gone, and the bottle becomes a calm space.

By comparing my frustrations to flies in a bottle, I can see the importance of releasing my frustrations. I imagine each frustration soaring away from me, and I am calmed by the image.

I refuse to let frustrations fester in my life so I take healthy steps toward letting go of petty annoyances. Sharing frustrations with others is therapeutic. I am relieved that I have the choice to honestly voice my frustrations and move forward.

Self-Reflection Questions:


1.    What frustrations have I experienced recently?
2.    Have I allowed frustrations to fester inside of me?
3.    What would happen if I were to “take the lid off of the bottle” and let these frustrations escape?
 

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