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The 31-year-old said: "In the past I've just signed without hesitation and have never been hard to deal with.
It's a lifesaving procedure and you're glad it's available to you, but it creates strange auras, depressions and mood swings that are kind of hard to deal with.
The club have said they won't be hard to deal with which is a great gesture from them.
And Carey, who herself suffered a physical and emotional breakdown in 2001, believes instant success is hard to deal with.
Even though they are notified beforehand of the program and the role their teen will play, many find it hard to deal with.
I don't know if my current boyfriend will ever find out, but I'm finding it hard to deal with the guilt.
Losing a loved one is always hard to deal with, especially when they have played an active role in our lives.
His exit, though, was another reminder that football and footballers find it increasingly hard to deal with strong personalities.
Insurance sales assistant Claire Baxter, 18: Kids getting bullied still find it hard to deal with the teacher.
Any time you lose a member of your community it's hard to deal with.
Emmerdale (ITV1): Zak is finding it hard to deal with the truth about his dad.
As many of us know, family can be hard to deal with, but we have no choice--whereas our friends are the ones we have chosen.