Book “Me and My Shadow”

Move From Fear and Control to Love and Freedom

Me and My Shadow

To learn more about  Me and My Shadow and the 5 star reviews, click on the book.

“I was a marionette… oblivious to the deceit pulling my strings.”Diana Iannarone

Diana explores this idea more in her book Me and My Shadow which has received 5 star reviews since its publication in 2013. This book serves as a guide, inspiring people to move from Fear and Control to Love and Freedom. As the pages unfold, they depict her story, and will ignite within you the power to Wake Up, Stand Up, Live Free.

My financial career was one of the highlights of my life. Yet despite my 25 years in the business achieving tremendous success, behind closed doors I was being manipulated out of my assets, out of my mind and out of my core identity. Like a marionette, I was oblivious to the deceit pulling the strings. Once I awakened to the truth, I decided to write my story.

Part memoir, part coaching how­-to, “Me & My Shadow: Move from Fear and Control to Love and Freedom” helps the reader uncover the core childhood wounding that we keep alive until stepping into our wholeness as fully matured adults.

Editorial Review:

Amazing. The Answers to Why We Stay and How To Heal ­­

“I’ve read many books on the subject of Sociopaths and Exploitive Relationships, and they helped me a great deal, but this was the book that was missing. For the first time in my adult life, I can see the path that lead me from the pain of my childhood into the arms and the lives of cruel people I thought were on my side. I’ve spent many years in therapy trying to explain that I am fractured, fragmented, and dissociative ­ I’ve even explored the possibility that I had multiple personalities. Now I see that I have been experiencing life from one fragmented 1/2 of myself at a time never whole. I now understand how I became fragmented and how to become whole. It’s a beautiful thing. And all my regret that I lost decades of my life to abusers and addiction, and all my fear that it is too late for me ­­all of that pain has been transformed into hope. I cried with gratitude while reading this book. Finally, finally, finally. Thank you, thank you, thank you.”

~ JJ. Benchon

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