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Slogan 3: One Day At A Time This article appeared in the March 2016 EA Connection Now, this is a helpful reminder. We all know "what is past is past," eventhough too often my emotions are based on my past experiences. As for "the future," the goal in my life and my dedication is to improve the current situation,so I need to keep my eye on the future. But the truth is that if I don't focus on today, I won't recognize, and appreciate, both my blessings and my defects of character...Tyrrel
Detroit Public Television is airing a national PBS broadcast, Ride the Tiger, on April 13, 2016. Ride the Tiger is a one-hour documentary that tells the story of highly accomplished individuals - congressmen, attorneys, pastors, authors, and stay-at-home moms - all of whom have been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder. The documentary is designed to subvert stereotypes by raising awareness and to empower individuals living with a bipolar diagnosis. This film weaves together brave and compelling
Your Trustee's Reflections
Each month your EA Trustees will reflect on one of the slogans here.
May's slogan is: One Day At A Time.
“One Day At A Time” has become second nature for me and I thank my higher power for it frequently! Age and illness (and especially pain) makes it very clear that this is the only way one can live well. And, well we do live when we don’t have to worry about tomorrow or regret yesterday.