problem-solving and 'impossible tasks'
It sometimes seems as if a person has only one favourite way of problem-solving. E.g. all problems are tackled on the same basic notion "no more fussing, just go for it". However, that may not work, viz all problems are different, so that various approaches are required to solve them.
There is no such thing as one single solution to all problems. If that is the way you approach problems, you will sometimes give yourself impossible instructions. This rigid way of problem-solving may be connected with worry.
Would you like to know more about

  • coping with worry?
  • coping with worry during a test?
  • problem-solving and convictions?