Practicing radical acceptance will ease inner tension and allow you to see your current situation with clarity. Accepting your current circumstances does not mean giving up and it does not mean you have to be completely happy with your situation. Radical acceptance simply means that you acknowledge where you are in life at this time even if it is not where you would like to be.
Whenever something in your life is causing stress, try accepting it instead of fighting against it. Repeat the following to yourself: "I am not thrilled with the way things are in my life right now, but I fully accept it. I will do what I can to change it, I am thankful for what I have, and I know deep down that I am doing what I can to change it." It may take a bit of practice in the beginning but as you continue to practice acceptance of everything in your life, something amazing will happen. The struggles suddenly won't seem so bad, solutions to problems will begin to appear, and you'll start seeing things in a different context. Now, dramatic changes don't always happen right away but know that things will slowly and surely get better if you just keep practicing acceptance and keep make positive changes to your life. Unconditional acceptance is something that we definitely want to apply to others as well. Surely you know somebody whose behavior is displeasing to you? Have you ever stopped to think why they act the way they do? In the same way you wouldn't expect someone with broken leg hop out of bed and run a race you shouldn't always expect people that are broken spiritually or mentally to act in a way that is pleasant. Realizing that others are worthy of your love and unconditional acceptance regardless of personal differences is one of the most liberating realizations you'll ever have in life! Not only is accepting others a liberating feeling, but it will make it much easier for you in confrontational and uncomfortable situations.
No matter what circumstances or what people you are struggling with right now, take a minute to accept everything as it is and know that difficulties never last forever and that it's the struggles in the journey and not the destination that will make your life's story great!