Sometimes the solution is to leave the problem behind and move on. Not literally like the image; it’s just a metaphor.
Even when problem-solving comes with the best intentions, it doesn’t mean it’s healthy. We cast ourselves as “the fixer” because we subconsciously believe we are responsible for fixing all problems that come our way.
We all develop something called “Fixer Syndrome.”
I am a victim of trying to solve all the problems that come my way; the question is, are all problems to be solved? I wonder how we know?
Is there a framework?
Or could there be a framework?
Like yes/no flow diagram – I am kidding; I think the most important message is that we need to be sensitive enough to pick fights that are worth fighting and brig mean to us or someone else; otherwise, it means less effort.
Happy fighting and winning.