Problems are part and parcel of life. Everyone is destined to have problems in life. The form of problems may differ from person to person, but it never leaves out anyone and seeks out someone. Whether you welcome it wholeheartedly or not, it will knock your door time and again. Your level of maturity lies in facing the problems of life and resolving it.
The perspective of looking at the problems may vary from person to person. Some consider it as a stumbling block to their progress in life and try to avoid, run away, suffer calmly, or commit suicide. The successful person considers it as an opportunity to strengthen themselves because it pinpoints the weaknesses, wherever a person is lacking and that in turn creates more opportunity for them.
Problems are not evil. There is a positive side to it. It activates the mind, so problems are blessing in disguise. You can derive some benefit from every problem and exploit it to your advantage. It provides you the opportunities to do some brainstorming and have a contingency plan ready to confront the problems before it becomes difficult to handle.
In short, if you ignore the problems, it will become worse and difficult to handle. Therefore, consider it as an opportunity to make use of your mind and deriving some lessons from it. Always remember that there are no problems in life, which is bigger than your mind. After going through problems, you will definitely come out wiser and more mature.