Maybe what makes Iyanla such an authentic host is that she understands what it’s like to have a life that needs fixing, having lost her home, marriage and even her daughter (she died after battling cancer). “I was a woman whose dance card was suddenly filled with death and whose heart had shattered into a million pieces,” she wrote in her book Peace from Broken Pieces. It’s that compassion and experience that bleeds through in her show, whether it’s helping a family deal with infidelity or opening a dialogue for healing in Ferguson, MO, after the shooting death of Michael Brown.

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Quibi to Shutter on December 1

Quibi ’s final day of service is coming in less than two months, the company announced late Thursday. “Quibi has made the difficult decision to wind down,” the platform said in a post within its help

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