The Problem Solving for Life Program requires that high school students work in groups, fitting together puzzle pieces that have positive or negative phrases written on them. Each group then decides where the puzzle fits on a poster. On a positive poster there is a movement from the problem to thinking ("It’s a challenge, at least try"), to feeling ("good feelings, excitement"), to doing ("relaxing, thinking, growing, positive alternatives"), leading ultimately to an effective solution, i.e., thinking, feeling, and doing. In a similar way a negative poster has unhelpful thoughts written on it, which lead to negative feelings and then poor solutions. The authors admit that obviously not all life problems have solutions. All coping does not lead to a positive response. This program also offers suggestions as to where the adolescent might go for support when problems seem unmanageable.