In a new book, Michelle Obama talks about how to stay optimistic and balanced in an increasingly volatile and turbulent world. Published by Penguin Random House, this is the third book written by Michelle Obama.
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Michelle Obama, wife of former US President Barack Obama, has recently released a new book titled ‘The Light We Carry, Overcoming in Uncertain Times’. Michelle spoke openly about her relationship with husband Barack Obama (61) while promoting her new book. Michelle Obama has revealed that her husband when her children were young Barack ‘tolerated’ Couldn’t do it. However, the former US First Lady also labeled her two daughters, Sasha and Malia, as ‘terrorists’ when they were young.
Actually Michelle Obama was referring to that period when both she and her husband Barack Obama were struggling with their careers. At that time, both his children were also small, in such a situation there was definitely some difficulty in adjusting. He said that Barack Obama was going to become the President at that time.
Michelle Obama’s third book
Michel said the book aims to give us hope while working for a living in times of despair and tribulation. In a new book, Michelle Obama talks about how to stay optimistic and balanced in an increasingly volatile and turbulent world. Published by Penguin Random House, this is the third book written by Michelle Obama.
trying to make a career
Michelle Obama said that ‘people think that I say this a little too bitterly that it seems like there were 10 years where I could not tolerate my husband. And this happened when our children were young. On one hand when we were trying to make our career and on the other hand we were worrying about the children’s school.
Small children are terrorists: Obama
He said that ‘It has been 30 years of our marriage. Malia, 24, and Sasha, 21, were seven and 10 when their family moved into the White House. Michelle also described her two daughters as ‘terrorists’ when they were young. He said that their demands were similar to those of terrorists. He said that ‘small children, they are terrorists, who do not talk about their demands, they cry all the time.