Yesterday, I Cried

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Wheeler Pub., 1999 - Psychology - 454 pages
Author Iyanla Vanzant uses her own personal experiences to show how life's hardship can be re-languaged and revisioned to become lessons that teach us as we grow, heal and learn to love. The pain of the past does not have to be today's reality.

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User Review  - EffixiousSundown - LibraryThing

In the book Iyanla uses her own personal experiences to teach the reader how to grow and learn from any past hurt,neglect,abuse,fear,and turn towards love.I enjoy her as a teacher and read all her titles anf try and grow toward a better more meaning full future. Read full review

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The writer portrays a violent biography and a search for God. She mixes scripture with other mystic writings and states that there are many paths that lead to one road and that God didn't care if she ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
13
The Beginning
27
Whats the Lesson When
43
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About the author (1999)

Iyanla Vanzant was born in Brooklyn, New York. She graduated from the Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York in 1978 and earned a law degree from the City University of New York Law School at Queens College in 1988. She was a public defender in Philadelphia for three years. She is an author, inspirational speaker, and talk show host. She is the author of several books including Peace from Broken Pieces, Acts of Faith: Daily Meditations for People of Color, Up from Here: Reclaiming the Male Spirit, and Yesterday, I Cried: Celebrating the Lessons of Living and Loving. She is the host of Iyanla: Fix My Life.

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