A problem doesn’t mean life is negative or horrible. All people have problems to work through.
To solve the problem, we first have to make sure the problem is ours, and not someone else’s. If it isn’t our problem, we need to set a boundary.
Then we seek the best solution. This may mean setting a goal, asking for help, or gathering more information, taking an action or letting go.
We can face and solve problems, knowing they will appear regularly. Avoiding and procrastinating dealing with a problem makes us more stressed. It often takes more energy to run from a problem rather than to face it. It can be a lot easier when we trust our ability to solve problems and not feel like we are so alone.
Do your best to face today’s unresolved issues and problems and do what you can. Don’t worry needlessly about tomorrow’s problems, because when they appear, we’ll have the resources necessary to solve them. We make the most of living in the present when we face and solve problems as they appear, and not worry needlessly on problems that haven’t happened.