Martha is, above everything, a true caretaker, a woman dedicated to other people\'s well being. This virtue made her a professional nurse, faithful wife and loving mother. But when taken to the extreme, this virtue becomes also her biggest flaw. Martha feels responsible for everybody around her and worries constantly about everything. This is why she couldn\'t get over the death of her son, which was completely out of her hands. On the contrary, it guilt-tripped her into self-destruction and alcoholism. Now Martha is back on her feet and fully recovered. When she finds out that the woman she had to leave alone in the middle of the road may be in danger, she\'ll do anything in her hands to protect her. In this journey, Martha will learn that in order to be happy, you can only worry about the things you can control and let go of those you can\'t change.