The section comprehensively shares a lot about the troubles associated with raising a pre-schooler. The author shares several insights on how everyone is living in fear, and chaos in their undertakings. In essence, the author affirms that everybody is striving to achieve something, but one is not contented with the approach he, or she is supposed to undertake (Hollis). As a result, she points out that there are various things which one can consider, or put into practice when faced with confusion in their lives. The firm acts she advocates include ignoring the chaos, and keeping on working harder to achieve a specific goal. Naturally, chaos tends to bring stress, and once a person focuses on such negative energy, she ends up bringing some elements of stress to herself which work to impede the activity of raising the children as expected. Another act is battling the current chaos by using different mechanisms. For instance, when faced with turmoil Hollis opts for cleaning as this works to distract her from the current situation. The third method of handling the chaos is through drowning in the case. All these aspects may work, or fail to work, but it is the responsibility of the individual to determine the best solution to partake depending on the situation.