One way to interrupt the frustration-stress-conflict cycle is to practice effective communication skills. This includes active listening, expressing oneself clearly and calmly, and being open to hearing the perspectives of others. Additionally, it can be helpful to identify and challenge any negative thoughts or assumptions that may be fueling the cycle of frustration and stress.
Another strategy is to take breaks and engage in self-care activities when feeling frustrated or stressed. This can include exercise, meditation, or other relaxation techniques.
Also it’s important to have realistic expectation and trying to find a compromise or a win-win solution if it’s a conflict with someone else, not always one person needs to get exactly what they want and consider the other side as well.
Finally, it can be beneficial to seek the assistance of a therapist or counselor who can help individuals work through the underlying issues that may be contributing to the cycle of frustration, stress, and conflict.