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Life and all of its tasks can get overwhelming. Every single detail and thought you have concerning the ever growing list of things you must do swims in your thoughts, separating from each other, and just making a mess within your head. You can't keep your thoughts straight. Suddenly you just don't know what you should do first and you have no idea what to do once you start, that is, if even can start. If you start on one of the ideas, maybe you will begin but you can't continue doing the work because of your thoughts and worries about the rest of your tasks. You can't concentrate. Sometimes it feels like there are just too many things to do and you just want to quit it all before you've even begun. But truly, this could be caused by a lack of organization of tasks. Your mind can tend to scatter all of your thoughts and with all of these duties, your thoughts have started to swarm around, making it hard to tell how much you really have to do. It makes your panic so easy. You can simply shut down when you think about the amount of work you need to do. Your mind can tend to overexaggerate the number of things you must do. In this kind of situation, your organization is key.
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It was a chilly night in Manhattan. A sad girl walked the snowy streets, feeling snowflakes fall against her smooth, tan skin. She had been walking around for almost half an hour, wearing just a plain, old, thin, white dress in the middle of december. In her arms, she held a small shih tzu puppy. She loved that puppy so she knew that she was doing him a favor. She paused. Right in front of her, was a woman standing under a postlight, wearing a thick, red, coat. She wore a matching red hat on her head. The woman turned around, her thick raven hair flying behind her gracefully, as a big smile formed on her glowing face. She waved to the girl, who came running over to her, holding the precious puppy securely in her arms. The woman smiled. “Hi. I’m Jeanette. Wow he’s such a sweetie!” the woman said, sticking a finger out towards the puppy, allowing him to lick it. The girl felt a tear slowly roll down her cheek, as she handed her puppy to the woman. The puppy looked at the girl, whining and crying. The thought of someone else cuddling, holding, and playing with her puppy pained her bleeding heart even more. She sighed. “You take care of my little rascal.” she said, petting the dog and placing a kiss on the tip of his nose for the last time, before she stiffly turned away from him. Her bottom lip quivered at the sound of her puppy whining and barking loudly. She hugged herself and sped up her movements, until she can no longer hear the dog’s cries.
First things first, you have a problem. let me raise this issue, immediately, directly and address it with force - as it needs to be done.