A truck drives under a low bridge and gets stuck. It can't go on, and it can't back out. The driver calls his dispatcher who calls a tow truck, but the rig is still stuck. Soon enough the highway patrol is called out and along with them a construction crew. They are in the middle of trying to removed one of the struts from under the bridge when a small boy comes up to the foreman and says, "Sir, I think I know how you can get that truck out." The foreman first dismisses him, but then, thinking better of it, asks the boy what he has in mind.
"Let the air out of the tires," says the boy.
Sometimes the problem isn't the problem. Sometimes the way we see the problem is the problem.