DYING TO BELONG by Diane Mullins



 

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Book Details:

Book Title: Dying to Belong: How I Accidentally Found Myself by Diane Mullins
Category Adult Non-Fiction (18+), 178 pages
Genre Memoir
Publisher Funshine Publishing
Release date March 2020
Content Rating: PG-13 due to a few cuss words

 

Book Description:

As a very shy, meek, and insecure little girl, Diane Mullins grew up the youngest of seven children in an abusive family. Never shown or taught how to love or be loved, Diane grew up with no self-confidence or self-esteem. Who knew that it would take a near-fatal accident to help her find her way to self-love and spiritual freedom? In Dying to Belong, Diane shares her story that begins at the scene of a body- and spirit-crushing ATV accident. Forced to ride out of the wilderness area herself, she arrived at the hospital to discover broken bones, ruptured organs, and a punctured lung. She was literally on the doorstep of death. During the excruciating process of physical healing, Diane began exploring a spiritual journey that led to loving, accepting, and respecting herself. Diane learned the empowering lesson that by changing her thoughts and feelings, she has been able to live a life of freedom from negativity and pain.

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Meet the Author:


Diane Mullins has a master’s degree in psychology from Grand Canyon University where she learned how to manage, inspire, and motivate people. She has spent most of her life working in private dental offices as a dental hygienist. Diane is a certified health/life coach, which has allowed her to help others with weight loss, setting goals, and motivation. Now as an author she tells her own story of a tragic accident that taught her things crucial to her own wellbeing and the possibility of helping others in a whole new way.

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Tour Schedule:

Jan 13 – Locks, Hooks and Books – book review / giveaway
Jan 14 – Jazzy Book Reviews – book spotlight / guest post / giveaway
Jan 15 – Rockin’ Book Reviews – book review / guest post / giveaway
Jan 18 – I’m Into Books – book spotlight / giveaway
Jan 19 – Westveil Publishing – book spotlight / author interview / giveaway
Jan 20 – Cheryl’s Book Nook – book review / giveaway
Jan 21 – Cover Lover Book Review – book review / giveaway
Jan 22 – Sadie’s Spotlight – book spotlight / giveaway
Jan 25 – Splashes of Joy – book review / guest post / giveaway
Jan 26 – the bibliophilic world – book spotlight / guest post
Jan 26 – A Mama’s Corner of the World – book review / giveaway
Jan 27 – Stephanie Jane – book spotlight / giveaway
Jan 27 – Pine Enshrined Reviews – book spotlight / author interview / giveaway
Jan 28 – Pick a Good Book – book review / author interview / giveaway
Jan 28 – Lisa Everyday Reads – book spotlight / guest post / giveaway
Jan 29 – Laura’s Interests – book review / giveaway
Feb 1 – Literary Flits – book review / giveaway
Feb 2 – Olio by Marilyn – book spotlight / author interview
Feb 2 – Olio by Marilyn – book review / giveaway

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Guest post:

During the tumbling, I felt something smack against my helmet a few times, and I recalled seeing dirt, sky, dirt, sky, so I knew I had rolled and banged my head. My head did not really hurt either. Weird, this is so weird, I kept thinking: I have never experienced this pain and numbness simultaneously before. I was brought back to reality with pain as I tried to inhale deeply. My back hurt so bad, mostly on the left side. The pain was excruciating. I took my right hand, reached around, got it under my coat and sweater, and touched my back. It felt like the left back side of my rib cage was sticking out about three inches farther than the right. Holy crap. I realized again something was horribly wrong; something was not normal. I didn’t go into panic mode, although I thought for a second maybe I should freak out. I don’t normally overreact to pain and am not the kind to rush to the doctor, and certainly didn’t have a sense of urgency that day. I almost felt relieved when I discovered what hurt the most; I was making some headway on assessing my injuries.

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