I am 48 years old i am really afraid to drive i used to drive very well but one day i was with my husband on the high way and i was driving at 120km/ hr and then he shouted to me and say drive hard i had a panic packed the car a side and since then i very afraid to drive i try very much and sometimes is good and sometimes not and at the high way a never try to do it since now its almost five years and the fear is still the same somebody can help me. My husband is becoming older and i am afraid if one day he can no more drive.
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The successful application of these approaches depends on creating an appropriate delivery platform for housing in each city. Policy makers, working with the private sector and local communities, need to set clear aspirations for housing throughout their cities. Critically, a minimum-standard housing unit must be defined in each of them. But an excessively ambitious minimum can discourage the construction of affordable homes and force more low-income households into informal housing. A better solution is to set standards that reflect rising aspirations—a housing “ladder” that can start with something very basic that might, for example, have communal kitchens and baths and serve as transitional housing for new arrivals.