Questions that solve most problems

Dr. Joseph F. Montague states that, “Ulcers in your stomach aren’t caused by what you eat, but by what eats at you.” Another scientist also agrees with that and states that most of our problems are psychosomatic in nature. That is, they are rooted in factors such as stress and anxiety which translate into physical symptoms. However there are some questions you can ask yourself that solve most problems.

These are:

“What is the worst that can happen?”

Anxiety often knocks on your door and clouds the mind to a point where you can’t think logically. In fact, you won’t even able to assess the risk, let alone what might happen if the worst-case scenario materializes. Doing so may sound a bit harsh and rather irrational. However, by knowing what can go wrong, you’ll be able to make a risk assessment. After all, do most of your problems really have a serious impact on your life?

“How can I solve the problem?”

Procrastination isn’t limited to what you have on your to-do list. On the contrary, it extends everywhere; including the actions you would take to get out of the dead end if you’d found yourself in one. If you take matters into your own hands, you simply have to think about the alternatives and make the best possible choice. Otherwise stagnation and lack of progress simply perpetuate a problem. Continuous worry and gloom can never be a valuable solution.


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