Get over it!: thought therapy for healing the hard stuff

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Iyanla Vanzant, #1 New York Times bestselling author and legendary spiritual life coach offers a prayer book with a therapeutic underpinning. This book is designed to give people practical and pragmatic tools for transmuting the dominant negative thought patterns that threaten their sanity and spirituality on a daily basis.

Having personally overcome the most challenging life situations, from abuse and poverty, to her daughter's cancer diagnosis, Iyanla was able to build a life of meaning and purpose thanks to her faith and strength. Iyanla offers readers the tools that she used during her darkest times, so that they too can find hope and vision through their challenges.

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subject_facet Affirmations
Life change events
Peace of mind
Self-actualization (Psychology)
Spiritual life
Thought and thinking -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
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Peace of mind
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Self-actualization (Psychology)
Spiritual life
Thought and thinking