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In the February issue of SUCCESS, learn about how speaker, author and spiritual guru Gabby Bernstein overcame her difficult past and learned to let go

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Bernstein explains how our society, as a whole, needs to let go of judgment

DALLAS, Jan. 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Self-described "spirit junkie" Gabby Bernstein has achieved a state of pure calm-a mindset that everything will work out well, and she's along for the blissful ride. She's written five smashingly successful books on spirituality, with a sixth just out: Judgment Detox: Release the Beliefs That Hold You Back From Living a Better Life. She talks and writes about how we are all trapped in a cycle of judgment, and the solution is to return to love, our natural state.

In the February issue of SUCCESS, learn about how speaker, author and spiritual guru Gabby Bernstein overcame her difficult past and learned to let go

In an exclusive interview for SUCCESS, Bernstein talks about how she wasn't always this peaceful. She struggled to be in control throughout her 20s, and spent years partying at nightclubs, drinking and doing drugs. "My bottom was hard and fast," she says. "I knew it was death or sobriety."

It was 2005. She knew she needed to get clean, and she did. Bernstein has since told her story not only through her books, but as a guest on The Dr. Oz Show and on Oprah's Super Soul Sunday. She has also spread her message of the need to relinquish judgment through her workshops, which sell out nearly every time she hosts them. Bernstein believes telling her difficult story and being vulnerable encourages others to do the same.

In addition to learning about Bernstein's personal story of growth in this cover story, readers will discover the secrets of self-love and how they can avoid the cycle of judgment. They'll come away from the article ready to reconsider how judgment affects their lives.

"We think we need to chase that thing that will make us feel good, but the irony of it is that when we feel good, we'll get all of the things that we want."

-Gabby Bernstein tells SUCCESS in the February 2018 issue

Also Inside This Issue
February is the Respect issue of SUCCESS. Learn about the immense value of self-respect, and garner tips for letting respect guide your life 2018. Read about the ins and outs of delivering effective criticism, and get the secret to making sure this year's resolutions stick. This is an issue that will help you respect yourself and others so you can be the happiest, healthiest and best version of yourself.

  • SUCCESS Achievers of the Year: Read about the six individuals who made the biggest impact in 2017. From music and technology to food and sports, nearly every industry is included in the list.
  • Let Us Pray: It doesn't matter what you believe in: the well-being effects of prayer are real. Learn about how prayer (or meditation) can help you feel less stress, depression and anger.
  • My Story: The Art of Charm podcast host Jordan Harbinger tells his story of success and gives advice for how to win the social game in business.
  • Speak No Evil: Imagine not cursing for a full month. Could you do it? Our writer puts herself and her family to the test for one month to see if it will boost their positivity.

For full stories, pick up the February issue, on newsstands January 2. For more information about SUCCESS Magazine and additional personal development content, visit

SUCCESS magazine is a national newsstand publication and your guide to personal and professional development through inspiration, motivation and training. SUCCESS inspires 2 million readers a month, and has a total social reach of 5 million fans. SUCCESS magazine was founded in 1897 by influential thinker Orison Swett Marden. It is owned by Dallas-based SUCCESS Partners founded by Stuart Johnson.

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