Personal Narrative: My Definition Of Jealousy

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Frustration: noun /frəˈstrāSH(ə)n/: the feeling of being upset or annoyed, especially because of inability to change or achieve something.
This past December, my mother was finishing up her Christmas shopping and she asked me if there was anything else I wanted. I had had my eye on this Michael Kors purse for a while, so I got excited to tell her that was what I wanted. When I told her the price she said, “That’s a little out of our price range. I’m not sure if we’ll be able to afford that.” The purse was only two hundred dollars, and that was cheap for a Michael Kors purse, but I still knew she couldn’t afford it. I was a little disappointed, but I brushed it off like it was no big deal, until a few days later, when my sister called me asking me if I would go shoe shopping with her. I told her yes because I love shopping. When I picked her up, she told me that her dog had chewed up her best pair of shoes, so Mom gave her two hundred dollars to get a couple more pairs, and she needed my opinion on what to buy.
I felt a pang of jealousy, sadness and anger all at the same time, like I was getting treated unfairly. My adrenaline was pumping through my body and it caused me to break down and yell and cry at my mother. Experiencing
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You just feel like the world is working against you. It can be stressful, overwhelming and extremely frustrating. Frustration is a very complex word, so I don’t think that there is one exact definition for it, but frustration is a certain emotion that everyone endures on an everyday basis, maybe even multiple times a day. Some people may handle frustration well, while some other people may get angry, yell and even cry. Some people may even experience a higher level of frustration that others, or experience it more frequently, but the most important thing is how you handle
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