What's the good thing about unavoidable problems? You can't ignore them! They stand right there, in your way, waiting to be solved.
It's like a flat tire on your car. Ignoring it won't make it go away, so what do you do? You change it.
It's like snow on your sidewalk. You could wait until it melts, but people are at risk the whole time, so you shovel it.
Centered problem solvers recognize an unavoidable problem as a message to take action. They focus, balance, and engage.
Some problems are unavoidably annoying and present. They won't leave you alone.
So solve them.
-- Doug Smith