Do you have a problem?

India
September 17, 2011 4:45am CST
Please don’t worry much about it, hubby Professor says, every problem has a solution, you just have to know your problem, don’t panic, analyze, and solve it. He says, if your problem has no solution, then it's not a problem, just a situation, you must know how to solve that situation. I always adhere to his advice, I am happy. Please share your problems, if any, tell how you solve and comment. Kalyani God bless you
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15 responses
• United States
17 Sep 11
Hi Kalyni, Your hubby is very intelligent and also is right on the money. We often panic over our problems that hang over our head, when we shouldn't fear them so much, but just solve the problems. My problem was always having more month than I have money. I have many medical bills from being in the hospital and from being seen in the emergency from having life threatening allergies. What can they do to me, other than put me in collection and ruin my credit? Nothing! I work hard and I have done well to improve my credit. I'm getting the bills paid one by one because of my hard work. I stay busy working at home as a copywriter and ghostwriter.. and I also write for myself when I have the time for upfront payments. Hugs to you and hubby! PQ
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• India
28 Jan 12
Sister you know him well, i am happy to get him as my hubby, we married in 1966, hugs to you too. I had read your discussions, you face problems boldly. God bless you. Happy posting, cheers. Kalyani
• United States
18 Sep 11
Hi! Yes I'd like to think that there are solutions to every problem, just depends on what is practical for that situation and the people involved. Right now if I can find some stable work (and things are starting to take shape), that would solve a lot of my problems.
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• India
28 Jan 12
Hope you got some stable job and your problem is solved.. tell us about it. Happy posting, cheers. Kalyani
• United States
28 Jan 12
Hi! Actually I did find one just before Christmas so I am hoping that this will allow me to realize some of the dreams for my family and for myself as well. Thank you for your good wishes and I hope the best for you and yours too!
@sylvia13 (1851)
• Nelson Bay, Australia
17 Sep 11
I liked this bit: if your problem has no solution, then it's not a problem, just a situation, you must know how to solve that situation. Yea, I agree one must at least try to solve the situation!
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• Canada
21 Sep 11
How does somebody know a problem or situation has no solution?
• India
28 Jan 12
Dear sylvia I agree, problem that has no solution is a situation. thnxs for response. Happy posting, cheers. Kalyani
@dilrajj57 (1759)
• Pakistan
28 Jan 12
everyone have any problem i have a problem that there is my son and a one girl love with my son, as she has no good character, but she want to get someone. now my son is less than she in age. what i have to do now?
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• India
28 Jan 12
Love marriages are so common these days, even if the girl is aged than your son, i guess you should allow, things are changing so fast, kids happiness is our happiness. Happy posting, cheers. Kalyani
@garson (886)
• United States
15 Oct 11
My problem involves legal issues, but I'm not really in trouble with the law. Thanks for encouraging and inspiring thread.
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• India
28 Jan 12
We can solve all boldly. Happy posting, cheers. Kalyani
• Canada
21 Sep 11
I think you can solve most problems by analyzing them, thinking about them and perhaps doing some experiments to see what will work. The difficult ones are those that are difficult to analyze; important bits are somehow kept hidden from you, or those that change as you try tackling them, particularly if there's a person or multiple people involved trying to stop you from solving it. If you do an experiment on a problem involving a malicious person, he or she is also going to learn from your result and think a way to stop that solution from working. You also need power to execute your solution. That may itself be a problem. If your problem is that you can't get a job because you have no experience, how do you get experience (particularly if companies are ridiculously fussy about what they count as "experience" - voluntary work, government schemes, self employment, using any software other than a specific expensive type doesn't count)? My big problem is that lots of people seem to dislike me and I've been told that there was a conspiracy against me but not who was doing it or exactly what they were doing. There are obvious parts I can't access. People don't tell me why they dislike me (except for one man who said he was threatening to kill me because he was from a German family and didn't like Jews - I'm not exactly Jewish). I don't know if I have some sort of pheromone that many people dislike a bit or if the conspiracy turns people against me or what? I don't belong to any of the groups society accepts as being prone to discrimination so I can't get legal help. Perhaps hubby professor can think of a way to solve problems with inaccessible bits or which change, especially if the changes are calculated to frustrate attempts at solution.
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• India
28 Jan 12
Thnxs for the detailed response, sorry to know, why he should kill you? Yes hubby may help you, you may PM him. God bless you. Happy posting, cheers. Kalyani
@bagumbayan (2707)
• Philippines
19 Sep 11
Everybody does have their own problem. No one in this world would say that he has no problem. I usually solved my own problems and sometimes asked my family, my friends to help me out. But usually I do it myself, I pray for it and prayers does help.
• India
28 Jan 12
Yes all have problems, we have to face, better to face alone.. Happy posting, cheers. Kalyani
@myfb2009 (8304)
• Malaysia
18 Sep 11
I must agreed with what you had stated here. Indeed, we should always looks on the positive side whenever we are faced with any problem. At least, it gives us chance to think and solve our problem.So, whenever i am having any problem, i am always prefer to look into the positive side before solving my problem. At least, i am able to solve the problem before it is getting bigger and uncontrollable.
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• India
28 Jan 12
Glad to know you are happy , good that you solved problems, keep responding lol Happy posting, cheers. Kalyani
@greenline (14864)
• Canada
17 Sep 11
That's what I call a positive outlook. Having a positive outlook always helps to solve the problem. That gives the mental strength to look at the problem calmly and methodically. Best wishes to you too.
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• India
28 Jan 12
I agree greenline Thanks for response Happy posting, cheers. Kalyani
@yskaps (233)
• India
17 Sep 11
i am in some problems.i completed my diploma course but after i tried for job,didn't get as i expected.am a fresher so company providing salary is not up to the mark.now i believing that this is not much problem as far as i am concerned.so i accepting vat u say and above mentioned.
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• India
28 Jan 12
Hello, hope you got a better job now, we have to face challenges and problems welcome to mylot Happy posting, cheers. Kalyani
@WakeUpKitty (8706)
• Netherlands
17 Sep 11
I learned that most problems are so called.. in that way they solve them selves. They were not worth all the worries and sleepless nights at all. I also learned that if you look at your problem as if it is not yours you mostly see/know the solution.
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• India
28 Jan 12
Yes some problems get solved automatically, nice response Happy posting, cheers. Kalyani
@surekharathi (14134)
• India
17 Sep 11
Yes aunty I have a big problem and solving since last month so finally I started a topic on it.. Congrats for grand son and where is my laddu... dont forget when I will came in your house I will wait for party..
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• India
28 Jan 12
Surekha beti Am very late in responding, i am very irregular here, you are welcome any time, we have laddus ready always.. Thnxs for response. Happy posting, cheers. Kalyani
@ckciasigurl (1570)
• Vienna, Austria
17 Sep 11
hi kalyani it is true and it is right that no man or woman has no problem any one has a problem that God gave us as a challenge i believe in this thank you for telling it again.
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• India
28 Jan 12
Yes it is kind of challenge, we have to face lol. Happy posting, cheers. Kalyani
@tiina05 (2319)
• Philippines
17 Sep 11
hello, this is true my English professor keep on telling it to us. Maybe for a reminder because we are really having a hard time for my thesis and project for the school that needed to accomplished in time. I was kinda panic that time and when my prof. said again that don't panic just analyze your problem and you can easily solve it. So, I plan for those things that i need to pass first and do it after that I will do my next project which is thesis. And I was happy that I accomplished everything of it.
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• India
28 Jan 12
Sorry for the late response tiina Hope your problem is solved now, god bless you.. Happy posting, cheers. Kalyani
• Philippines
17 Sep 11
hi kalyani! i bet all of us has a problem. but what i do is to adopt a positive attitude in my life. when i encounter a hard problem that i think there is no solution i would just pray for Gods intervention. Let me just share what my pastor has shared to us, whenever you have a problem dont say: "God i have a big problem, instead say hey problem i have a BIG God"
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• India
28 Jan 12
Wow so nice response, god is always BIG and great lol. Happy posting, cheers. Kalyani