The inevitable emotional load causing the problems fairly contributes to the Commission of this error. In the majority of cases we just have the ability to visualize the problem partially. Rarely it is impossible to understand the causal relationship. And this is most severe between greater and untimely is the problem. The first thing that causes the problem in us is a reaction.
Our thoughts and our actions are first placed in the part of effects that has this causal relationship. There goes the attention and early efforts. Normally this behavior has a highly emotive content and therefore confuses more comprehensive perception of the problem and more difficult your subsequent solution. Later started the reflective approach towards the problem to better visualize and begin to understand it and, of course, later still the process of identification and evaluation of the causes of the problem. Sometimes the latter is not performed at all. When it is time to solve the problem, the difficulty of the task is closely related to the character of the first reactions and with the degree of understanding of the problem and its causes has been reached.
And in the majority of cases the following occurs: the initial reaction to the problem did not help anything and ended up increasing the negative effects. Our understanding of facts and causes is almost as limited as the solution itself that we are putting into practice. Interact in this way with the problems is not helpful and may be even dangerous, taking into account that not only problems are inevitable in the course of life, but are part of a relentless routine that nobody is exempt. Probably the saddest result (and the most expensive) which produces this vicious circuit is the negation of a fundamental fact of the nature of the problems: and is that each one of them actually presents an opportunity.