Most things we think of as problems or stressors are not problems at all. What to cook for dinner, from a pantry or freezer that is stocked full? And we fret about having to clean the numerous rooms in our oversized homes. We complain about having to work hard or late at a job where we are paid well. There is bother and annoyance of when to go food shopping, clothes shopping, household staple shopping. When to leave to visit the in-laws? Frustrations because there is not enough time to do all of the things we want to do. Do we go to our child’s sports game or have that $3.00 cup of coffee with a friend? When I was an adolescent and would whine and complain my mom would say, “I wept because I had no shoes until I met a man that had no legs. Be grateful Tamela”. Most of our problems are good problems to have.