“True happiness is rooted in a strong sense of personal worthiness which I call Self Belonging.” — Luann Robinson Hull
Self Belonging is an educational memoir, which dives deeply into the subject of dependency in relationships―inspired by the author’s personal challenges.
While devoting twenty-five years to helping others break through the barriers of mental illness and life-crisis as a Clinical Social Worker, Luann Robinson Hull found herself repeatedly falling back into destructive habits in her own relationships. A truly wounded healer, Hull was motivated to confront the “raw and rugged mess” of her own emotions.
After years of research and study into neuroscience, spirituality, and positive psychology, she offers break-through, cutting edge information on how to literally dial in new pathways in the brain, using a combo-platter of science and spirituality―such as taking advantage of the brain’s ability to re-organize itself (neuroplasticity) with mental-focus practices.
With sisterly advice and humor, Hull shares her own ventures into (and out of) love and consciousness, lacing her story with wit and grit as she guides readers through the trenches sharing life-lines of wisdom along the way.
Self Belonging gifts the reader with an opportunity to connect with the authentic self, build joyful relationships, and merge into one’s highest destiny with confidence.