Iyanla Vanzant

Ilanya Vanzant is an American spiritual life coach, author, and television personality. Through her show Iyanla: Fix My Life and New York Times bestselling books, she teaches how to apply her blend of practical spiritual and personal growth skills to find forgiveness, heal relationships, and gain inner peace.


Iyanla Vanzant Defines Spiritual Abuse | Iyanla: Fix My Life | Oprah Winfrey Network

Over the course of her 10-year marriage to a Southern pastor, Natashia tells Iyanla that her husband has cheated on her with many women including members of his congregation. Watch as Iyanla helps this wife and mother accept a new definition of abuse-emotional and spiritual.

Faith in the Valley: Lessons for Women on the Journey to Peace

In this companion volume to her bestselling book Acts of Faith, Iyanla Vanzant discusses the “valleys” that cause stress and imbalance for women and explains how women can cleanse their minds and promote a healthy foundation for living in the modern world.

Iyanla Vanzant’s 12 Tips for Setting Boundaries in Relationships

Creating limits that serve you

Everything that happens to you is a reflection of what you believe about yourself. We cannot outperform our level of self-esteem. We cannot draw to ourselves more than we think we are worth.


Iyanla Helps a Woman Heal After a Dysfunctional 9-Year Relationship | Iyanla: Fix My Life | OWN

Iyanla coaches an audience member through the pain of ending a 9-year relationship that she was in denial about. Iyanla helps her look deep within herself and ask why she settled for "less" for so long.

The Value in the Valley: A Black Woman’s Guide Through Life’s Dilemmas

Is it the job you hate but need in order to pay the rent? Is it that relationship that you gave your all to only to end up with a broken heart...again? Perhaps it's your children, a family member, or a life-long friend doing you in, dragging you down, pushing you to the brink.


The 3 Reasons People Feel Guilty | Oprah's Life Class | Oprah Winfrey Network

Spiritual teacher Iyanla Vanzant says many people confuse guilt (a feeling that you've done something wrong) with shame (a sense that there's something wrong with who you are). Find out why Iyanla says both sentiments are wasted emotions.

You can accept or reject the way you are treated by other people, but until you heal the wounds of your past, you will continue to bleed.

The Spirit of a Man: A Vision of Transformation for Black Men and the Women Who Love Them

Recognizing the obstacles set before Black men in the past and the powerful forces still at work against them, Iyanla Vanzant seeks to help both men and women nurture the strength and power they possess—that of their history, their souls, and their relationships with each other.


Don't Stop Loving Yourself (Self Acceptance Tips) - Iyanla Vanzant

Don't stop loving yourself (self-acceptance tips) - Iyanla Vanzant. Iyanla Vanzant says that the first step to loving yourself would be looking at everything about you and being OK with it.


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