Frustration peaks when nerves are high. Freaking out won’t do any good. In a crisis, instincts search for a cause—something or someone to blame. But, even finding blame won’t find a way out of a crisis. Keep your head. Resist the urge to thirst for blood.
The real enemy doesn’t rear its ugly head until long after it matters, if ever. Whomever you think to blame, you probably don’t have the full story and would likely blame your allies anyway. No matter the folly, hate hinders. Take action. Be smart. And, never squander emotion and effort as you do.