If upping the top weight you do a given day is hard, up the lower weights.
For example. You're pressing dumbbells for 3 sets of 6. You've done 6 x 40, 6 x 45, and 6 x 45. But 45 is heavy and you can't quite make the jump to 50. So, do 45 for all three sets across next time and then try 40/45/50 the time after that. The goal is to just add a little more total work each time if you can't add to the top set.
I use this all the time with clients who can't handle big jumps, and with exercises I can't make 5-pound jumps on, as well. It's progress, and every session where you get in a little more of a training effect than the time before is a good session.
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