We call lots of things problems that really are not problems at all. If we know the solution and can immediately solve the situation, it's not exactly a problem, is it? If money can fix it and we have enough money for the situation, then it's not a problem (I know, the lack of money can certainly be a problem).
If we haven't prioritized the situation and it requires our attention, it's not so much a problem as a choice.
Yes, we have lots of problems. Let's just be careful about avoiding a situation by labeling it a problem.
It's not a problem just because it doesn't fit into your agenda.
-- doug smith