Iyanla Vanzant isn’t just the woman who offers support to people in trouble on her new OWN show “Iyanla: Fix My Life,” debuting September 15 at 10 p.m. with Evelyn Lozada. (A second follow-up show with Lozada airs on September 22 at 10 p.m.) The author/teacher/healer knows of what she speaks – having overcome domestic violence, her son’s incarceration, her daughter’s death, losing her home and a divorce. Vanzant even humbled herself on national television in one of the most gripping Oprah episodes ever, where she apologized to the media mogul for not being ready for her first opportunity. Fortunately, Oprah can forgive; a concept that is central to Vanzant’s new show. She didn’t hesitate making the most of her second chance. Vanzant’s already starred on “Lifeclass” with Oprah and this new show will continue in that healing vein.
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