Diane Banasiak Makes Room for Enlightenment

New book explores religion, its rules and running the other direction

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I no longer feel constrained by the judgment of others.

LEXINGTON, Ky. (PRWEB) December 11, 2013

Growing up in a strict Catholic household, Diane Banasiak was taught many things about what a child of God should and should not do. While she loved God, she was never quite convinced of the rules that were so stringently upheld.

“Room 32: A Memoir” follows Banasiak on her journey to today: from Catholic high school to pre-marital sex, from the sanctity of marriage to a Protestant conversion, readers may meet the author in Room 32: a place where she feels liberated from the restrictions of her upbringing.

“Today I no longer feel constrained by the judgment of others,” Banasiak explained. “My life feels richer and more expansive as a result.”

“Room 32: A Memoir”
By Diane Banasiak
ISBN (softcover): ISBN 978-1452553955
Available for purchase at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Balboa Press.

About the author
Diane Banasiak is a teacher, speaker and life coach in Lexington, Kentucky. Diane uses her dynamic energy and great listening skills to motivate university students and to support her clients as they make important transitions in life.

For more information, visit http://www.justdiane.com.


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