Diane Tegarden, a survivor of domestic violence, lived to tell her story and is now helping other women who have had to face some of the same fears and challenges. Tegarden was born in Tucson, Arizona and was raised in Rowland Heights, California. Throughout her work, Diane interjects her native spirituality, detailing some of the rituals and dances of her native faith. Her writings cover a variety of topics, including: renewable energy, environmental concerns, holistic health, women’s issues and native spirituality. She wrote and facilitated the Battered Women’s Survival Workshop and has taught a seminar called; Affordable Luxury – a New Kind of Financial Independence. Diane has published three books to date and her company, FireWalker Publications. was formed in 2004 to promote her passionate, original written works, materials, ideas and creations. Since 2005, she’s written for two online content producers, Associated Content and The Examiner. Diane belongs to the Hopitu Shinumu Tribe, whose name means; the Peaceful Ones. She has lived in California, since she was three years old.
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