the art of caring, by michelle and carey mulligan

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Introduction: We all have been there, right? You feel like you are losing control of your life. Maybe it means you are dealing with a specific issue that is troubling you. You can’t stop crying or laughing at the same time, or maybe you just don’t know what to do next. You don’t know who to turn to. The last thing you want is to have big issues on your plate and not be able to juggle both of them at the same time because you are unsure which one is more important for your happiness.

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“Introduction: We all have been there, right? You feel like you are losing control of your life. Maybe it means you are dealing with a specific issue that is troubling you. You can’t stop crying or laughing at the same time, or maybe you just don’t know what to do next. You don’t know who to turn to. The last thing you want is to have big issues on your plate and not be able to juggle both of them at the same time because you are unsure which one is more important for your happiness.
At some point in our lives we all experience stress, feeling overwhelmed, and finding ourselves in a sticky situation that we just don’t know how to get out of.”Carey Mulligan and Michelle Williams”

carey mulligan and michelle williams
carey mulligan and michelle williams