(noun) The recurring frustration and disappointment faced by individuals grappling with alcohol addiction. It vividly paints the picture of being ensnared in a perpetual cycle of unfulfilled promises to oneself, where the desire to control drinking and achieve personal aspirations is repeatedly thwarted by the overwhelming influence of alcohol; from “frustration and Turkish “alkol” (alcohol).

The emotional and psychological toll of the relentless cycle faced by those in the throes of alcohol addiction. Frustalko reflects the internal conflict, where aspirations for change clash with the persistent challenges of controlling drinking, resulting in a sense of frustration and disappointment. It serves as a poignant reminder of the often harsh reality of addiction, emphasizing the imperative need for support, intervention, and a commitment to breaking free from the unending loop of frustalko to embark on a path of recovery and personal growth.