What are the emotions that arise during a tourist trip, and how can they be prevented?
Several emotions/frustrations can arise during a trip. In order not to let this frustration spoil your trip, you need to prepare yourself and set up an emotional barrier. Whether it’s fear, anxiety or doubt, you will experience a frustrating emotion during your trip. Preparing your emotional baggage and escaping frustration: points to consider.
Disillusion yourself on certain points
The first step to avoiding frustration from the unexpected is to stop deluding yourself. Yes, stop dreaming. There is no such thing as a perfect trip, and things are never as imagined. So be prepared to see things smaller than you imagine, unexplained weather changes, annoying traffic jams, desperate expectations. It is by preparing yourself for all these things that you have a chance to escape the unexpected and avoid situations that are a little too irritating. One man is worth two. So always be aware. Above all, get out of your imagination, reality is something else entirely.
Prepare for the separation from your living environment and the journey with your travel partner
Separating from your home environment is not always easy for all types of people. They must therefore learn to separate themselves from their living environment little by little in order to avoid the frustrations of moving to another region. They may start by moving to a new neighbourhood for a few days, leaving their town or even their commune for a few weeks. It is their attitude to endure these small separations that will help them in their tourist trips. On the other hand, it is always necessary to settle marital problems, to agree with one’s travel companion on a number of essential points such as the interests of each for the trip before embarking on the adventure. Especially since a bad understanding can lead to serious discord capable of ruining the pleasure of an entire trip.
With these points in mind, add disease prevention and psychological preparations related to your phobia for a perfect trip. Your emotions do not control you; you control them.
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