Frustration is one of the many negative emotions we go through as human beings. In many instances, outbursts caused by frustration can lead us to do or say things that we may later on regret.
The story about Nominated MP Sankok’s son, shooting himself after an alleged disagreement with his father, at only 15 years of age, leaves one to wonder, how a moment of frustration, could turn into suicide.
There are different ways each person handles frustration, at least according to Dr. Pricilla Mugambi, who is a counselling psychologist. We spoke to her to demystify myths around handling frustration, and how to navigate through frustrating situations using healthier techniques.
And here is what she had to say: