to deal with (to handle)
A: That customer is complaining again! Who is going to deal with her this time?
B: Well, you dealt with her last time, so I guess it is my turn.
A: Good luck!
A: Joni has lost her job and she can’t pay her rent, and her son is sick. She has so much to deal with.
B: Yeah, I don’t know how she copes with it. I wouldn’t be able to deal with that situation.
Can you make a sentence using to deal with?