We have all sorts of problems. What’s funny is regardless of how much we like complaining about our problems, we tend to forget about most of them when sorting out solutions for ourselves. Marriage could be the solution to loneliness or a lack of commitment with a loved one maybe. A dream home solves the problem of a subpar home that we aren’t excited about. Getting that job we want validates our hard work or gives us purpose. Winning the lottery solves any monetary problems. But even after this, we might find ourselves with problems unfulfilled and absent of the happiness we were sure we’d attain, at least to some degree. This video takes a deeper dive into how overemphasizing certain problems (and forgetting about others) can make solving them that much less significant.