I love Iyanla. She's real and she's heartfelt. Driven by the sheer determination to help people see that they've selfishly and unabashadly acted out their lack of integrity in front of the public eye. Iyanla has been there. She understands. The DIFFERENCE, is that these women she's helping are the most unattractive, egotistical, uneducated, role models ever to walk the earth. "Do not spawn" should have been tatooed on their fake boobs. She women are stupid, and maniacally self-centered. It makes for good listening if I can get past the bulls*t excuses, the "everyone's out to get me" mentality, and the fact that they have to live their life in the public eye because they're so insecure they can't handle looking deep inside into their vacant soul of sick sh*t they've created and the turmoil and crap they've left in their wake. I listened to 1.5 episodes and the most I got out of this was how Amazing Iyanla is and how F'd up these women are to the point that they've got NOTHING to offer anyone, they're devoid of any sense the human race. It's amazing this is what America wants to listen to. Iyanla has an audience because she's real. I respect and admire her determination to help these self-centered egotistical uneducated role models. It's no wonder we're in the mess we're in...with these people as role models we're doomed to fail. Iyanla, I wish you could find REAL women, with REAL integrity, and REAL LIFE cares about serving a higher power and purpose. The only two women I think are of any value on your shows thus far are you and Oprah. The rest of these insolent 2-year old's with fake boobs are about as interesting as watching paint dry. Iyanla, they'll never get over themselves, and they're un-fixable.I do get so much from listening to your questions. Makes me ask them of myself.
Listening to her, gives me hope and let me know I can always start fresh. Reminds me to forgive and go forward.
AMAZING!!!! I love Iyanla!!! I love how you help people to heal their hurt, heart, & emotion, & to sit in & recognize their truth!! THANK YOU for your work you sweet soul!!
I agree Cabbu20
Love this powerful woman and all that she gives to the listener. Please give us the gift of your lessons!! We love Iyanla!
I got hooked with Ep 1, but it quickly turned me off. I assume itâs a similar appeal as people have with Dr. Phil or Dr. Pinsky. The over-the-top shoveling of armchair psychology starts to come off as an SNL skit, but then devolves in to just repetitive and annoying.
You make me believe that I can get through anything with God being the driver! I learned about trusting in the Lord with all my heart at 5 years old and continue to believe that, even today!
Sound quality is poor. Iyanla sounds like she drank a few to many cocktails.
Your compassion is amazing!
She speaks the truth! Itâs truly refreshing in such a complicated world!
I wish I cd c what Iâm listening to
Iâm excited that Iyanla finally has a podcast. I love her raw honesty & common sense take on life. Continued blessings & thank you for all that you do.
I didnât think this would ever affect me, or that I could relate to 2 sisters going through stuff... but O boy, was I mistaken! Touched my soul! Thank you Iyanla!
Ugh, she is reprehensible.
I always read the previews or titles and often think to myself; this has nothing to do with my life. Iyanla always brings it home. There is always something even if it is a different positive perspective of how to deal with real life situations in a healthy way. I love the podcast I hope it continues. It truly is for the good of all who listen.
Donât stop working to improve peopleâs lives.. itâs your calling. I enjoy all your shows!!This is the most amazing podcast I have ever listed to. Thank You so much for these!!
Love the fact she has a podcast canât wait to hear more wish she was on everyday or for 2 hours ð
I love the show. I was super excited when I saw the podcast! Canât wait for more episodes.
I absolutely love this podcast
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