By Dana Wilkerson, Candace Cameron Bure
“How do you do it all?”
That’s the query that spouse, mother, actress, and best-selling writer Candace Cameron Bure is frequently requested. And it’s a query that ladies all over are asking themselves as we search to stability all of our roles, obligations, and opportunities.
So, how can we do it? operating because the age of five, Candace has been in a balancing act for almost her whole lifestyles. She is the 1st to inform you that there's no miracle formulation for ideal execution in each sector of your lifestyles, yet there certainly are a few classes to be realized, classes that come to existence in Candace's story.
Come alongside and dig into Candace’s tale from her begin in advertisements, the balance-necessitating years on complete condo, to including at the roles of spouse and mother whereas additionally returning to Hollywood. Insightful, humorous, and poignant, Candace’s tale may help you stability all of it.
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Father D. F. Miller, as cited by MacKenzie 1962, 86). The operation of condonation as a bar to divorce (discussed in Chapter 4) illustrates the same phenomenon. Moreover, these sorts of corporeal inscriptions are not merely “written onto” passive bodies but Theorizing Conjugality 37 can be mobilized by agent-subjects. In this way, marriage is performative in several senses. Performativity In her introduction to a collection of essays on feminism and Foucault, Susan Hekman says, “Foucault’s treatment of the body and sexuality has stimulated the most extensive feminist interest in his work.
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