We all have problems and dilemmas in our lives. Most times it’s just what should I have for breakfast but sometimes these problems can be quite significant. But I figure whether it is a big one or a small one, there is only one way to solve both of them.First, we have to understand what the problem is. There are times when we overthink something so much that eventually we just forget what it was and start tackling the wrong issue. In order for that not to happen, we need to know in one sentence what the problem is. The second step is to understand the cause of the issue. When a virus spreads (I know this is not the best example right now) the first step in finding an antidote is to find the cause and the very origin of the virus. Similarly, if we want to find a solution to a complication, we need to find the cause.Now, this is where it gets hard. We need to know how much this problem affects us and how much time do we have to solve it. The best way would be to treat it from the root. Whatever is the cause of this problem that is making your life fall apart, get rid of it and do what is best for you. This should be simple because if solving a problem is itself a problem then that means you are in some serious trouble! If it’s a confusion, you need to make a list of pros and cons of both the ways your situation could go which will clear your mind and help you make the right decision. The key is to know how much you need something and being confident about your priorities.The most important point is not to make spur of the moment decisions if you are dealing with something important. Knee jerk reactions can be very dangerous.