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Challenging Your Belief System

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Diane V

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Do you find yourself struggling to make positive change only to discover your actions betray your desire? You've decided. You're committed. You're ready. And yet, something always seems to sabotage your journey. What role does our belief system play in our well-being? Are there false-truths that bind you? Do fear and shame confound your determination? Darlene Ouimet understands: After struggling her entire life with dissociated identity disorder, chronic depression, and the after effects of child sexual abuse, Darlene finally found the help that she needed and began to emerge from a lifetime of brokenness. Her journey to wholeness has been both difficult and exciting, instilling in her an extreme passion for helping others live in freedom without the shackles of fear and shame. She contributes a distinct understanding of how we come to accept false truth as children and how we can expose those lies to discover the real truth. In doing so, we can discover who we really are. She lives her own message to the full. Living, really living, isn’t just getting from one day to the next and coping with those issues. Living is fully embracing life and participating in it as an individual, not being defined by the past or by other people but embracing the truth that every person on earth has equal value. Having come from the depths of despair to being thrilled at the prospect of a new day, her story proclaims an amazing message of hope. Darlene is a mental health advocate, certified professional coach and inspirational speaker. Her blog, Emerging from Broken is about the process of healing, learning to face fear and walk forward in truth, great mental health and joy. Darlene is happily married (to the same man she used to be unhappily married to) and lives in the wide open spaces of Southern Alberta Canada with her husband, their three teenage children (and cows, pets and horses).