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Is Your Personality Wired for Stress?

By: Paula Derrow It can be tough to break free from a "What if?" way of thinking. But it is possible to work around your tendencies and adopt a serene state of mind. Just try these four easy strategies. I'm sitting in a sunny piazza in Rome, drinking a perfect cup of cappuccino, at the beginning of a long vacation. You'd think I'd be floating on cloud nine in total relaxation.
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