DEULOFEU is a great player, but he has to learn to live with
I don't think the death of a child is something you ever get over but something you gradually learn to live with
I don't think the death of a child is something you ever get over, but something you gradually learn to live with
Grief does not diminish, but you can manage the intensity and learn to live with
But Don MacLeod, a member of the British Psychological Society who has experience of dealing with disasters and sudden death, said they can learn to live with
If we learn to live with
security, we learn to have faith.
However, we should learn to live with
Noble (a sudden cardiac arrest survivor) of his experiences with having congenital heart problems and who has had to learn to live with
the constant threat of sudden death.
At the same time, Benedict said Christians and Muslims "must seek paths of reconciliation and learn to live with
respect for each other's identity.
Another is that clients can learn to live with
depression and panic attacks through relaxation, anger management and similar programmes.
Mintrop finds that teachers in low-performing schools are initially upset by negative state evaluations, but that they quickly learn to live with
the label and even to interpret it as a signal that they need more resources or more talented students.
We are at a new frontier--one where we must learn to live with
our industry's maturity.
When will this country learn to live with
the planet, rather than raping it?
We must resolve the Iraq crisis and learn to live with
the fear of terrorism," he said.
IF it is a dilemma, the organization must learn to live with
it because there is no solution.