The fewer problems you have, the more dangerous they are. Remember the princess on the pea: such a trifle was driving her mad. Similarly, as you resolve your problems, you will notice that the remaining ones are getting bigger and bigger. If you want to get rid of major problems, think up many minor ones.
Problems should be cherished as some problems protect you from other problems. Upon resolving all your financial, housing and professional problems, you will instantly go to the hell of health-related problems. The rich and the beautiful have monstrous health problems. The princess on the pea is extremely sickly.
The truth is, all problems are more or less similar. Interestingly, it’s not even about problems, but about the place they occupy in your head. Similar to a gas, fear tries to fill all available space. If fears are numerous and small, they suppress each other. If just one fear is left, it starts to be like the Tower of Babel, thus turning into paranoia.