Morrie: In His Own Words - Part I, Understanding Where You Are Now, Chapter 2, Handling Frustration Summary & Analysis

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Part I, Understanding Where You Are Now, Chapter 2, Handling Frustration Summary and Analysis

The most constant feeling one has when in declining health is frustration. Things will be hard to access and reach. You must resist getting frustrated or mad; and if you do, let it pass. Frustration results from being unable to act on an impulse to achieve an objective. But by relaxing and letting one's self be open to achievement coming later than one expected, this feeling can be handled. Second, one must expect that stressful situations will occur as one's illness gets worse and 'acts up'. It is important to recognize that these events will also come and that one should expect certain emotional patterns to be associated with them. It is also crucial to learn to manage them. The very best way...

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