De has the unique ability to blend spirit, humor, simplicity and realism into her books, coaching, and public speaking. Embracing her wildly diverse life experiences enables her to truly “get” where people are coming from.
She grew up poor, living in racially divided cities and spending school vacations on a rural farm. As a child, De experienced identity crisis, racism, bullying, abuse, addiction, and grief. As an adult, she visited (or lived in) 15 countries in Europe and Asia. De has also lived in 9 US states and visited 16.
All of De’s experiences reflect in her writing, humor and interaction with others.
De reached a point in her life where she realized her life wasn’t working. She chose to learn another way to live and let go of the beliefs and behaviors that kept her unhappy.
Her work experience and diverse life experience provided the depth of understanding she needed to release the childhood traumas she describes in her first book, Born a Poor, Black, Indian, White Girl: Overcoming Childhood Trauma and Living a Spiritual Life. The book is available through Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BVJD84Q