With two races left to run this season, the American squad has struggled throughout the year with its race pace, scoring just one top ten finish after the summer break.
Haas has switched its focus onto the 2020 car as it aims to bounce back stronger, but Steiner denies that he has got used to the feeling of disappointment during a grand prix weekend.
"I'm not getting used to it, but I said on Saturday that my thing is not to get too upset about the situation because that's not good.
"We know what we can do, but maybe it makes us appreciate the good days more when they come back. It's like you need to go to the lows to appreciate the highs.
"I think it's easy to forget about that. On Sundays, if everything is not going perfect then we are struggling. It is the same, we fall back. It's difficult to say. We're just sitting there."
Steiner added that the morale within the team is not low, as he sees hardworking people determined to pull Haas from its current slump.
"I actually discussed it with a few guys this week and I think the team still believes we can get out of it. If you look at them they are like 'I tried to figure that out'.
"For sure they're not happy with where we are, I would be worried if they were over the moon. But we are going through a tough time, we will get out of it. Let's hope that next year that comes."
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