frustration


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Synonyms for frustration

Synonyms for frustration

the feeling that accompanies an experience of being thwarted in attaining your goals

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an act of hindering someone's plans or efforts

a feeling of annoyance at being hindered or criticized

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What we must do as a coaching team is bottle that frustration and turn it into a positive mindset for next week.
The way one handles frustration makes the difference between going off the deep end and keeping calm and carrying on.
This was the moment of nationalist frustration, or frustration with nationalism.
As for the general public, frustration is probably too feeble a word to describe what their reaction to this farce is.
Soluto then harnesses the power of the crowd to understand which actions really eliminate frustrations and improve the overall user experience.
Frustration has a rotten tendency to magnify the troubles around us, which, come September include a bevy of youths who sometimes ignore, and who sometimes are just ignorant, of the dangers posed by traffic, a collection of teen drivers who are racing against a bell, cell phones, long waits at the drive-through and a host of other bad behaviors that simply do not care what time you have to get to work.
Overall, the frustration experienced by entitled workers appears to stem from perceived inequities in the rewards received by co-workers to whom psychologically entitled employees feel superior," Harvey said.
The researchers were especially interested in knowing how frustration by entitlement-minded workers can affect the actions of others, such as abusing co-workers and engaging in political behavior in the workplace.
Ironically, sending students to investigate a neighborhood in a group can often have the effect of forcing them, sometimes with great frustration, to realize the uniqueness of their own lenses of investigation.
But frustration doesn't make you play any better, and the moans and groans don't help.
This may be a little extreme, but it does let us know that frustration is an unfortunate companion in our position.
Modest interim successes -- like Grenada and Panama -- have been balanced by frustration in Kosovo (where our troops remain), Beirut and Somalia.
If they did do that, it would be through sheer frustration and I'm sure it's something they will not want to happen again, if that is what happened," said Roeder.
Physician distrust of administration transcends individual personalities and roles and is a sign of the frustration many practicing physicians face over their inability to control global economic forces, loss of status and perceived devaluation of physicians' services and time.
The result is less waste, rework and frustration, and greater employee and customer satisfaction.