ANSWERS: 30
  • Everyone of us has problems. Then thing is, different people have a different set of them. Also, some just aren't that big or are dealt with differently.
  • Realize that a lot of people act happy so that no one looks below the surface. Yes, everyone has problems. It's what people choose to do about their problems that matters.
  • If you think that is, you are ignorant.
  • You're not alone. My husband left me. My sister is homeless. My grandma is battling cancer for the second time. My good friend is flunking college, not for lack of trying. My neighbor's husband just lost his job. ...there are tons of people with problems. Some probably worse than yours, even. You just have to figure out the best way that you personally can deal with them.
  • everyone on the planet has problems. even the folk you think are happy, deep down have somethin eatin away at them. especially this time of year.
  • Everyone has problems but it's very possible to still be happy and feel positive about life if you are doing what you can about them or not worrying about those you can't change. It's a positive way to look at things. I'm almost always very happy and smiling, ready to laugh and share my joy with others, but sure, I've got problems and I'll share them with someone if they need or care to listen but I won't do that with most people because it's of no use spreading negativity around.
  • Yep, just like everyone else has said, you wouldn't go parading your problems out in public would you? Everyone has problems, there may be times in someones life when they have less problems and really are happy, but things come up, especially around this time. Some are just better at masking their feelings, like me. I'm that guy that is afraid to speak out or get help until its a crucial problem, I need to work on that lol.
  • Its all in how you look at it. I have many problems But I am a happy person. Problems, Husband laid-off no unemployment (due to overpayment) His exwife claimed all 4 kids for foodstamps and we have 2 living with us and we get foodstamps for my 3 (due to the lay-off), I have kids in the house still trying to adjust to my husband and I getting married in Aug (no honeymoon) Car wreck in October set us back $500. Had to cash out my 401K ( there goes my future), Christmas is coming (7 kids to buy for), got a speeding ticket yesterday and a parking ticket 2 weeks ago. My oldest is being a bully to his brothers (they fight alot). My husbands ex hits on him every so often.(she's married but wants my man back)My ex lost his job and Child support stopped. I have a cold and can't afford to miss work because I am the only one making the money. BUT I am happy. things could be worse. I could have had no 401k to cash out. I could not be married to the man I love, my kids could be sick or living with thier real dad. My new husband could have decided to go back to his ex. My step kids could hate me. We could live in the streets or have disabilities that would keep us from working. We have each other we have our health and I hope I don't sound like a religious nut but We have God and he watches out for us. If you look hard enough you can find something positive, then make yourself beleive it. Most of it is perception and attitude.
  • If you think you are the only one with problomes, you need to wake up. EVERYBODY has problomes. just dust it off and move on.
  • Yes, feeling as you wish - don't make it so, and where in the heck do you live?
  • Well, it may seem that way, but it isn't true. Check yourself for depression. Meds can help that.
  • Hi, Lots have problems and its ok to express that. But there is always hope. Wow , if I could talk to every teenager and encourage them I would do so. I had a touch time as a teen and was molested besides that by step father. I am a different person today and thankful for the transformation. But it was hard for the meer fact I did not have God in my life I was searching but was so alone. Now there are so many youth groups out there and lots of love in the church and connection for teens. Wish I had one to go to then. I take it you are a teen from reading your questions. When you got God in your life it helps with having hope for something good to happen . Prayer changes things. I had no support system. Believe me you need others who can understand you. Well if I can help please let me know. My prayers have helped others because I ask for good and God knows what each needs. You are loved here. Blessings.
  • The happy people that you see have problems. They may have had more problems than the unhappy and sad people. The happy people may have had to put their hip boots on and walk through the low valleys in order to reach the other side.
  • I have tons of problems. But I'm the cheerleader in my group.
  • If you really think that no one else has problems, you really need to open your eyes instead of whining./
  • Everyone has problems.
  • Of course everyone has problems, the rest of us have just learned that it helps to smile through it all, good or bad. Get what enjoyment you can out of life and put the problems aside while you do it.
  • Hi, I have loads of problems. I have really low self esteem and suffer from depression. I just found out that my partner of 3 years was a serial cheat and i now feel so lost and all alone. People always say 'chin up' and 'plenty more fish in the sea', but to be quite honest I can see or think that far ahead.
  • If you realy think that, you need to open your eyes. You are awfully self absorbed
  • You are probably noticing people seeming happy more because you are constrasting it to the way you feel at the moment. If you think there is something wrong with you or a reason why you cant have the happiness that others have then you will feel miserable.
  • I have one million problems, just chose not to show it all the time.
  • Of course.Some people don't talk about them.
  • I dont believe anyone is imperfect. We are human, we are going to have problems in life. I just think everyone has a different set of problems. Maybe people think the same thing about you, that you always seem happy!:)
  • oh, you are NOT alone in your problems EVERYONE has problems..atleast most people. there are those that worry what they will buy on their next shopping spree but...they're jsut not really people, imagine if everybody showed themsleves miserable, if everyone expressed how they felt to everyone around them. the world would be chaotic!!! there would be no happiness. it's funny because people always tell me that i;m so happy and care-free. about happy, ok i'll let that sly. but they have no idea what i went through and am going through wight now!!! the reason i don't show anything is because i don't like people knowing my business... so...life is tough, you jsut have to learn how to live it. God bless, Angie :)
  • We all have problems. Some worse than others, but we all do. Some deal with problems better and others wear their hearts on their sleeves. I cant hide my emtions, when something is bothering me, it shows. I try to make the best of it. I have a really good friend that had a tumor removed from his chest and now he has to go through chemotherapy, if you talk to him, you'd think nothing was wrong. I envy that.
  • ever seen a homeless person? a person with cancer or AIDS? the single mom with 3 kids and no money? i'm not saying you don't have problems but open your eyes to the world...of course you're not alone...i'm not trying to minimize what you are going through..but stop feeling sorry for yourself and get some help..good luck
  • Lets see a man who made it out the inner city slums signed a 25 million dollar contract caught the game winning pass in the superbowl and beat a team that was on the doorstep of perfection has problems! And of course im talking about Palaxico Buress! So if a rich man has problems what makes you think us so called normal people won't the whole world has problems no matter how much we chose to believe we have it bad! It's some people who drinks the same water they bathe in!
  • Yes. There is no human on earth that is immune to pain, albeit physical or emotional.
  • A little 'self-centered', perhaps?! ;-)
  • Honestly most people conceal their problems in public.

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