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.
"Very touching and heartfelt. Diane brings hope to those who wonder if the pain will ever end."
-Marilyn Van Derber, author,
Miss America by Day
I have known Diane personally and professionally for the past 17 years and I have always known she had an unbreakable and strong mentality. This book is a side of Diane I have never seen, but it just reaffirms my belief in her ability to grow stronger in any way, shape and form. Her story (or book) proves that with the right frame of mind you can always rebuild – whether it’s your body, mind or soul.
-Yvette Macsalka, RDH
Diane passionately shares the depth of the physical, emotional and spiritual pain endured. Her first person account dives deep into her soul, her fears, her desires, it dives so deep it scares you. It is a blueprint of the passion required to thrive, not just survive.
-Greg Dieker, Lifevantage Independent Distributor