Updated: May 21, 2020

"Every Day in Every Way I Get Better and Better"

French psychologist and pharmacist Émile Coué (1857-1926) coined this phrase for his patients to use as an auto-suggestion to help cure ailments.

"My grandmother, Lulu, taught me to say this to myself in the mirror everyday after I came to live with her as a troubled teen. It has been very helpful in my life and has allowed me to not only believe in a positive future but to learn about forgiveness, reflection, and personal growth" -Sand

The EDIEWIGBAB mirror project allowed Living Poetree to introduce the wisdom and words of Lulu to a group of bright young women at Alfred State's annual Women's Empowerment Retreat. Armed with over 30 handmade mirrors, Sand taught the group about self acceptance and reflection on each journey to personal growth. The women formed the letter E for the EDIEWIGBAB Picture Series. Then, gazing into their own eyes, the sound of their voices rang through the retreat as they said in unison,

"Every Day in Every Way I Get Better and Better"

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