Sort your problems.
Let's face it: There's a lot of bad stuff in the world.
It can be a scary place, and we've all got problems we would be a whole lot happier without.
But experiment with putting your problems into perspective -- or boxes: That breakup? Missing a really important deadline at work? Hurt feelings? Losing someone close to you? Probably worth some self-pity. That stain on your shirt? Not so much.
Let go of what you can. The less negative, the more room there is to be happy.
put into 使处于某种状态； 把…译成，用…表达； 投入；
They had asked Hong Kong for permission to put into port there.
He was put into a trance by a police hypnotist.
The state of their marriage has been put into the public domain.
close to 离…近； 与…关系密切； 近乎； 临近
Three mortar shells had landed close to a crowd of people.
Warm weather has attracted the flat fish close to shore.
An airliner came close to disaster while approaching Heathrow Airport.