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If you are feeling overwhelmed by events in your life, talk to you doctor about strategies to reduce your stress level and improve your sleep.
Normally, presidents look weak during periods of economic stagnation, overwhelmed by events.
She told her parents only on the day of her 18th birthday after becoming overwhelmed by events.
Most Americans think of Hoover as the man who was president when the stock market crashed and the Great Depression gripped the country--a one-term president overwhelmed by events.
A DAILY diet of death and disaster, which fills newspapers, radio and television news broadcasts can end up leaving many of us overwhelmed by events.
It is not an event which any Chancellor will deliberately engineer unless he is on the brink of being overwhelmed by events, his own incompetence or a combination of the two.
The brilliant stained glass piece by Lea Koesterer (see story Page 12) seems a fitting symbol of the hope in a Christmas season overwhelmed by events that threaten to drain all hope.
But the conclusion drawn wasn't simply that some Canadian ERs could be overwhelmed by events like the flu epidemic.