Well, who hasn’t had problems.
Just a couple days ago I unplugged my iPhone from my computer during an upgrade and it proceeded to be useless the rest of the day, until I finally restored it successfully on my sister’s computer.
That was rough.
Seriously, though, I think you have to define ‘problem’ a little better. The term ‘problem’ encompasses a rather large area of subjects, I believe.
Not being able to fix a technical difficulty? Dealing with death of a loved one or sickness in them or yourself?
Both problems; both on totally different ends of the spectrum.
You could consider it a problem simply having a hard time choosing an ice cream flavor.
Having to put a pet down.
Being a slight nerd and having friends all over the world and not being able to see them in person.
Running out of butter when you’re trying to make cookies.
Trying to figure out how to console a friend who just lost someone and you can’t entirely sympathize.
Uh, being human? Seriously, you can consider everything a problem, if you’ve got that type of personality. Even jokingly you can consider everything a problem.
But the subject isn’t ‘what do you believe a problem is?’, but instead, ‘a problem you have had.’
And that’s still such a vast subject I can’t even think of one to talk about by itself.
Like I said, my phone gave me a hard time. But I fixed it.
I’ve babbled about losing people in previous posts and I know you don’t want to hear that again.
Otherwise, all the other things I mentioned are ‘problems’ I’ve had; be them justified – in your opinion – or not.
So there you are. A bunch of little problems without much actual information. Better than whining in detail about just one of them, don’t you think?
Tomorrow’s topic: Five items you lust after.