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Dear Readers: As we watch loved ones suffer with health issues and decline, it’s not always easy to find anything to be grateful for. Even though most of us know that many people face harsher circumstances than we do, it’s human to succumb to self-pity. It’s easier to slide into a negative mindset when we feel lonely and isolated - forgotten in our troubles than it is to find things to be grateful for. Yet, Thanksgiving, the holiday many of us will celebrate this week, is supposed to be about gratitude.

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