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All of your problems (well, 99% of them) comes from just ONE thing...
...your inability to control your thoughts.

This book will show you you a simple but powerful method to regain control of your mind.

Reduce your stress, eliminate anxiety and conquer negative thoughts.

Published: Michael Hughes on
ISBN: 9781301329847
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