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Mind Over Appendix? I Don’t Think So

I love it when you get hit over the head with your own words. Today I read a meaningful email by someone who had read my book. She said it was the passage on page 120 to 121 that provided the epiphany moment she needed to seek help for her mood disorder. I was curious [...]
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