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What Should I Do Now?

Most of us have not planned for an uncertain future, so what should you do if there is a death, incapacity, fall?

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  • evmlbvit
    Oct 29

    Hello, Do you mope and feel sorry for yourself or just go on with the day like it's another day? My cousin has a cold (he says it's flu, but it's doubtful) and he's acting like he's on his deathbed haha. Do some people just "suck it up" better than others? Please help. I didn't find the right solution from the Internet. References: http://bit.ly/2FSUc8r Cloud Storage Solutions Video Thanks!
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