Not Feeling Frustration

I listened back to the live coaching call with Sara where she coached a mother who felt frustrated with her son. Sara suggested the mother chooses to act from a place of love, rather than frustration.

It got me thinking about when I feel frustrated in my life – it tends to be with work colleagues. I don’t think the feeling of frustration serves me (as it leads me to ruminate or act in a way that I am not happy with, once the frustration is gone) but I don’t feel comfortable by approaching these colleagues with ‘love’. I don’t know if this is about my associations with the word love (ie it’s for family and close friends only) or whether there is another feeling that is more neutral that I could try and cultivate when a colleague behaves in a particular way?