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By Yvonne Capehart

have you ever been emotionally wounded, upset, ignored, rejected or skilled any form of discomfort on your existence or relationships that left you damaged, indignant, damage, or stressed? if this is the case, arrange to be restored,renewed,revived, and healed as you embark upon a trip looking for peace as you learn "A damaged Rib, Deep Wounds Do heal."

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