Janet D. Thomas
Janet D. Thomas is a captivating speaker, engaging writer and dynamic workshop leader who practices what she preaches. This imparts to her written and spoken words the power to both inspire and motivate, even heal. And because her message is based upon her personal experience, describing her own transformation literally energizes transformation in those who experience her.
Always seeking for answers, over the course of her life Janet has healed the wounds of childhood sexual abuse and overcome a laundry list of challenges ranging from obesity, eviction and bankruptcy to compulsive lying, clinical depression and divorce. To her, making lemonade is no mere philosophical or psychological proposition; it has been a life-saving strategy.
A lifelong metaphysician and with over 20 years as a trained channel and medium, Janet is a highly effective spiritual coach. Her approach is one of determining how to do, rather than how to think. She is a manifester extraordinaire. Because of the intensity, determination, and sheer dedication with which she pursues her calling, Janet is, indeed, a healing soldier.
A native of Southern California, Janet lives, writes and maintains her coaching practice in North Hollywood, California. She is the mother of an adult son, of whom she is very proud.
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The Lemons, Lemonade & Life Approach to Healing Emotional Eating—A 45–Day Process
Are you an emotional eater? Are you tired of having several sizes of clothes in your closet? Nourish your mindset, reclaim your body and transform your life! This 45-Day workbook, to be used in conjunction with "Lemons, Lemonade & Life-Practical Steps for Getting the Sweetness Back When Life Goes Sour," will allow you to change your relationship with food forever.
Lemons, Lemonade & Life: Practical Steps for Getting the Sweetness Back When Life Goes Sour
When the going gets tough, the tough make lemonade. Author Janet Thomas had her share of life’s lemons, from sexual abuse to clinical depression to obesity and beyond. She could have decided to pitch her tent in the citrus section of life’s grocery store and succumbed to the sour – but she didn’t. Instead she turned her life around, then examined what she learned and turned to help others.
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