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Hi Erika: My original comment below. It related to a comment you made in a Post about an email response which, after creating it, you chose to delete it:

I obviously don’t know the circumstances of your created/deleted email but, assuming it was an emotional response, I always ask myself the question “What does this email achieve?” If I cannot come up with a rationale answer… then I do not hit Send! An alternative strategy, which works really well for me, is to compose the response and then save it for 24 hrs. Review it after 24 hours and ask the question “Do I still want to send it?” 🙂

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Colin, I did not delete it. My little keyboard which is attached to my tablet just makes me touch the touchpad often and I may switch the curser to a place which seems to delete the comment. But I restored it. so don’t worry.


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