If your problem seems really unique and special, it’s because that’s a part of what it means to have a problem.
If it didn’t feel unique and special, it would be just another random unnoticed event.
The most important fact about problems is that we all have them and we all can learn something from each other about coping with them.
Problems are overcome through collaboration, not comparison.
Happiness is not achieved by taking pride in the kinds of problems we have; it’s achieved by taking pride in our ability to co-create a healthy and harmonious world in spite of those problems.