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November 16, 2011

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Cathy (Becker) Stahovich

I've always viewed you were a very focused, positive person when we worked together, Anthony. There were a lot of ways your example challenged me to do more for myself.
That said, I do appreciate and agree with your assessment of this kind of negative thinking potentially resulting in behavior. Staying grounded and focused on what needs to be done -- not what can't be controlled -- is a coping mechanism I rely upon when the sky is falling.
Take care, and warm wishes for happy holidays to you, Norma, and the family!

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