Can you tell how do you deal with problems that occur in your life?

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  1. Mahir Maric profile image62
    Mahir Maricposted 5 years ago

    Can you tell how do you deal  with problems that occur  in your life?

    Do you say :"I found a reason to go back to sleep!". Are you observing a problem as a problem or a challenge? Do you let other people solve your problems even when you have enough time to deal with it and solve it?

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  2. beatrice2013 profile image61
    beatrice2013posted 5 years ago

    I have found a way that has really helped me deal with problems in my life. I look at the positive in the problem. Let me give you a real life example........Some time ago I almost lost my job, I was so looooww  and depressed then one day I thought to myself.....Who is suffering in all this??? my friends?NO.....my workmates? NO......Guess who???.......ME! So I decided to ask myself.......WHAT CAN I LEARN FROM ALL THIS IN A POSITIVE WAY?........I discovered....the job has been my comfort zone so I needed to do something alongside this job. I discovered I had other talents which I could use elsewhere to help me earn!  So my advice.....Regardless of the problem........look at it from a positive point of view and depression and stress will have no place in your life.

    1. Mahir Maric profile image62
      Mahir Maricposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you for sharing that experience. I totally agree with you. I think that problems are opportunities that will make our skills more visible to us but that we didn't know about before the problem happened.

  3. jemuelO profile image90
    jemuelOposted 5 years ago

    Problems occur in our lives... and it's natural cause we're humans. Every situation becomes a problem when you keep on looking at the negative side of it. Why not think of problems as opportunities? Problems make us strong in the long run, I can attest to that.

    I always attack the problem this way:
    1. Identify the cause of the problem - in this way, you will know the root or cause of the problem.
    2. Analyze. After identifying, try to analyze what are the things you must do in order to minimize the effects or consequences of the problem. Think about the best possible solution.
    3. Act appropriately. When plans are already laid, its now the high time to implement the solution.
    I have posted an article about this: http://ingeniousnote.blogspot.com/2013/ … enges.html
    Hope it helps.
    So go ahead and enjoy your day.!

    1. Mahir Maric profile image62
      Mahir Maricposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      thank you for the answer and you have done great job with that article

  4. Steve Burgess profile image59
    Steve Burgessposted 5 years ago

    Problems will definitely arise in many ways in your life, now it is up to you how you are looking at it. As human beings, we like to think that we can control everything, isn't it? But this is not true. We need to understand that not all things will go the way we want them to. Learn from what didn't work, so you don't repeat it.

    1. Mahir Maric profile image62
      Mahir Maricposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I have read somewhere that mistake becomes a mistake only when you decide to repeat it. Before that you can consider it as upgrade tool for your success. Thank you for answering

 
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