A problem is a chance for you to do your best.
A problem is an opportunity. When I look back over my life I realize that each problem had a distinct lesson attached to it. Sometimes these lessons did not become clear until many years later. I remember many challenging times when I lived in London that did not make sense to me at the time, but now have become pillars of strength as I look back and remember lessons learned. Failed relationships, problems with finances, issues with friends and family and even our health all carry a special message. What does it mean if a relationship that you are dealing with feels disharmonious, is there something to learn about this? How can you become more clear about your ability to gather and glean information from both your history and your current situations.
As I mentioned my life in London held many challenges, new culture, difficult relationship, and a loss of all that was familiar to me in my day-to-day life. At thirty I literally started my life over. The support that I needed was not there. I learned to turn within. I studied subjects such as loneliness to understand what the root of loneliness is. I learned that I had all I needed within myself. And that I just needed to relax, look at the parts of my life that was working and build upon them. I think we all have moments where problems feel overwhelming, but in reality they are great indicators for lessons that need to be learned.