If a person ignores a recurring problem and does not deal with it, how would that affect their...
ability to to remain in a positive state of mind?
It really depends on the problem and the person. That's a question with a wide set of possible variables. Some people are ever optimistic, and they'd smile even if their hair was on fire. Others are bothered by even the slightest thing. On average I guess that if the problem is worrisome enough, even the happiest of people would begin to be bothered by it at some point.
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