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Facing & Coping with Adversity. “going blind ain’t for sissies”. Ian M. Tod, B.A.(Econ), MBA, CFP. Purpose: Insight, and perhaps a framework for dealing with adversity. Defn: Adversity hardship, difficulty, danger, misfortune, hard conditions, hard times. Defn: Type 1 Diabetes

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Facing & Coping with Adversity

“going blind ain’t for sissies”

Ian M. Tod, B.A.(Econ), MBA, CFP

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Purpose:

Insight, and perhaps a framework for dealing with adversity.

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Defn: Adversity

hardship, difficulty, danger, misfortune, hard conditions, hard times

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Defn: Type 1 Diabetes

  • a serious disease
  • either don’t produce enough insulin, or insulin they have works inefficiently
  • excessively high levels of sugar in blood and urine are the hallmarks of untreated diabetes
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Accountability

  • answerability
  • responsibility
  • liability
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Dealing with adversity…

  • frame the problem, no matter how harsh
  • look at all avenues of support
  • enduring optimism
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“A reasonable man adapts himself. An unreasonable man relentlessly tries to shape his surroundings to suit him. Therefore, all progress is dependent on the unreasonable man.”

- George Bernard Shaw

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“However mean your life is, meet it, and live it; do not shun and call it hard names. It is not so bad as you are. It looks poorest when you are richest. The fault-finder will find faults even in Paradise.

Love your life.”

- Henry David Thoreau