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Start Your Day With Katie

365 Affirmations for a Year of Positive Thinking

By Katie Piper

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Find your inner strength and happiness with a year of positive affirmations from Katie Piper.

'Positive affirmations helped me in my darkest times to focus on my health and happiness, and to remember I was not alone. I know how well they worked for me in regaining my life, and now I want to share them with you.' Katie Piper.

Start your Day with Katie is a page-a-day book of Katie Piper's most powerful inspirational thoughts, plus quotes and mantras that helped give her courage and hope after her rape and acid attack. With Katie's guiding messages, you can begin every day on the right track. Let these affirmations help you find happiness and inner strength. They are one of the tools that Katie Piper used to rebuild her life. Keep this book with you or by your bedside table to turn to any time you need a little help in finding peace or inspiration.

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  • ISBN: 9781780876597
  • Publication date: 27 Sep 2012
  • Page count: 384
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