THINGS I NO LONGER ACCEPT:

'Things I No Longer Accept' is an inspiring and empowering anthology of stories and essays from some of today’s most beloved authors, activists, and celebrities who share their own personal journeys of courage, vulnerability, and strength. 'Take a Stand and Find Your Voice: An Anthology of Stories and Essays from Today's Most Inspiring Voices'

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Summary

Welcome to THINGS I NO LONGER ACCEPT: a revolutionary guide to living with intention and purpose, written by Nayla Payton. In this book, Nayla Payton guides us through powerful lessons that will help us to identify and accept our own worth, power, and purpose. She provides practical steps to help us live our lives with intention, build healthier relationships, and come to terms with our past. With her insightful and inspiring words, Payton will help us to recognize the things we need to leave behind and the things we should no longer accept in order to create a life of joy, purpose, and fulfilment. Are you ready to take control of your life and start living with intention and purpose? If so, THINGS I NO LONGER ACCEPT: by Nayla Payton is the perfect guide to help you do just that. This revolutionary book provides powerful lessons that will help you to recognize your own worth, power, and purpose. With practical steps and inspiring words, Nayla Payton will show you how to build healthier relationships, come to terms with your past and create a life of joy, purpose, and fulfilment. Get ready to leave behind the things that hold you back and start living with intention. Pick up your copy of THINGS I NO LONGER ACCEPT: by Nayla Payton today and start living the life you’ve always wanted.

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5/5
Things I No Longer Accept is a collection of poetry exploring topics of self-love, identity, and growth. It is a journey which encourages readers to move forward from past experiences and to focus on acceptance and healing.
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5/5
Things I No Longer Accept is a beautiful collection of poetry that delves into the depths of the human experience. Reading this book was an empowering journey which inspired me to focus on acceptance and healing. Highly recommend!
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5/5
Things I No Longer Accept was an insightful exploration of self-love and identity. Through Nayla Payton's words, I was able to reflect on my own experiences and focus on the importance of healing. A must-read!
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5/5
Nayla Payton's Things I No Longer Accept is a captivating exploration of growth and transformation. The collection of poems beautifully conveys the power of self-acceptance and healing. Highly recommend!
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Nayla Payton

About the Author

Nayla Payton is a writer and artist who has always been passionate about raising awareness and creating conversations around important topics. Her first book, THINGS I NO LONGER ACCEPT, is a candid and thought-provoking exploration of the struggles faced by many women of color in today’s society. Through her personal stories and reflections, Nayla offers a unique perspective on issues such as sexism, racism, and inequity. Her book is a powerful reminder that we all have a responsibility to stand up for what’s right and fight for a better world. Nayla Payton is an inspiring figure in the literary and art world. With her debut book, THINGS I NO LONGER ACCEPT, she brings her passion for creating conversations around important topics to the forefront. Through her personal experiences and reflections, she sheds light on the struggles that many women of color face in today’s society. With her unique perspective on issues such as sexism, racism, and inequity, Nayla reminds us that we all have a responsibility to stand up for what’s right and fight for a better world. As a writer and artist, Nayla has dedicated her life to creating powerful stories and inspiring her readers to make a difference in their own lives and in the lives of those around them.

THINGS I NO LONGER ACCEPT:

Discover the Power of Self-Acceptance and Step Into Your Best Life with 'Things I No Longer Accept' by Nayla Payton