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Why people always have problems?   

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Ban Chantola
@Ban.Chantola · Updated 25 Sep. 2020


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@bomb · Posted 26 Sep. 2020

They are not problems if they are handled timely. They all start just as a challenge. When it is not addressed immediately, it develops into a problem. Which is complicated to solve. I prefer handling issues immediately they come up. That way they will not be a problem, and you will spend less time and resources to handle them. 


Ryan B
@Pizzafan2020 · Posted 25 Sep. 2020

Some people just enjoy being miserable (which I cannot understand why they would) and some people never learn from their mistakes.


Muneeb Zafar
@Muneeb.Zafar · Posted 27 Sep. 2020

Well everyone have their own approach towards different things some peoples have problems with every single thing because they have snippy nature and you can't help them its really hard to pleased them and they will be never satisfied no matter what you do for them. 


Joe Waiganjo
@Techy.Rack · Posted 30 Sep. 2020

Our lives are filled with many challenges. All of us struggle with personal problems such as stress, anxiety, depression, self-doubt, addiction, and worries about our health, finances, and future. Our relationships with our partners, children, and other family members are often riddled with conflict, and our relationships with our friends, neighbors, bosses, and co-workers are challenging as well. Society heaps on additional concerns in the form of crime, violence, economic problems, prejudice, political discord, terrorism, and environmental issues. All of these problems are complex, and their solutions elusive. Yet they share a common link. For the most part, they are all caused by human beings. Most of the problems that we face — within ourselves, in our relationships with other people, and in society — are caused by people. Granted, a few problems don’t require human collusion (tornadoes and earthquakes come to mind), but most do.

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