The other day I found myself upset with a big problem. I wasn’t blaming myself for having the problem, but I was upset about having to deal with this problem.

Getting upset with a problem is a choice you can make. However, no amount of upset will make the problem go away. If anything, you might find yourself churning with the problem or even making it worse.

The next time you find yourself upset at a problem, start by pausing and noticing that you’re upset. Acknowledge that you’re upset. Then, ask yourself, what might you do with the problem if you weren’t upset?

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