Hi Brooke!
Frustration seems to be my top one negative feeling. I get frustrated when I don’t reach my mini-goal weight, when my daughter doesn’t comply, when my computer doesn’t behave… I’ve realised that it all boils down to my expectations: my weight should be X, my daughter should do as I tell her to, not to mention my computer. I’ve also come to understand that my frustration reveals my motivation: I want to weigh X, it’s important for my daughter to do Y, I need my computer to do Z. Any thoughts on how to better accept frustration?
Thank you!
Nan in Paris