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She Saved Me

Diana was living what seemed like a perfect life. She had a great job, a good-looking husband, a beautiful home, and now enjoying motherhood. But, being a full time working mother was wearing her down, and she often questioned the meaning of life and if she was genuinely living out her life’s purpose. Then, out of nowhere, her life was shaken to its core when she woke up to the news of her best friend's death at just the young age of 26! Diana shares her story of losing a loved one to suicide, surviving postpartum depression, and learning to live a life worth living. Her hope for her readers is they too will see the light they bring into this world. You are enough.

"What an emotional book. Diana keeps herself open and vulnerable sharing her feelings. This book would really help someone going through loss and tragedy and teaches how to find joy in those moments when it doesn't seem like it will ever come again. Highly recommend!"

 

- Amazon Review 

"A Must Read! Diana pulls the heartstrings, taking the reader through her heartbreak over the loss of her best friend and the shame that postpartum depression handed her only weeks later when her second daughter was born. Her words will make you cry, laugh and reflect on your own life - helping to point you to the decision that we all have to face when we are knocked down - and that is choosing life."

 

-Lindsay Gibson, Author of Just Be How My Stillborn Son Taught Me to Surrender

About The Author

Diana Collins is a wife, mother to two beautiful girls, postpartum depression survivor, postpartum doula, president of The Always with Me Foundation, speaker, and author! She’s one busy mama but wouldn’t change a thing!

 

After losing her best friend Sabrina to postpartum depression and hitting rock bottom herself, she fought for healing and found her purpose in life. She enjoys bringing sisterhood in motherhood and creating authentic relationships wherever she goes.

When she’s not busy changing the world, you’ll find her reading a book, crafting, laughing at her own jokes!