When a problem rears its head up against you, don't just leave it like that; work on it. Don't go about complaining or wishing there was no problem or feeling sorry for yourself. Neither should you run away from the problem. Stand firm and work on it.
The fact is, even if you don't want to, you're going to have to work on it sooner or later if the problem doesn't go away. So it is in your best interest to make it sooner and get the problem behind you.
If you have plans to create something in your life, then you have to stop procrastinating and start working on it. Start in earnest to work on it so as to bring it out of the realm of fantasy into the living reality of your world.
No matter how bad any situation is, you really can improve it when you start to work on it. This may not be easy; that's why you have to keep reminding yourself of the associated benefits once you succeed in improving it.
When you work on your problem and find out that you're actually making improvement, you will feel the unique joy of making real progress. So in the face of problems, don't remain stuck, or frustrated, ineffective or discouraged. Start to work on it, and, overtime, you will be surprised how much of it you have been able to solve.
Life isn't a bed of roses for sure; at the same time, life is a blessing and you can make it even more so in so many other ways.
Today, I encourage you to start working on your problem if there is any, and you will discover, time and again, how much good you can really do.