Mix, Melt, Mend: Owning my Story & Finding my Freedom

Mix, Melt, Mend: Owning my Story & Finding my Freedom

by Dayna Altman

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Overview

Mix, Melt, Mend: Owning My Story & Finding My Freedom is the authentic account and journey of Dayna Altman. Dayna, a mental health advocate and the creator of "Bake it Till You Make it Org" uses this book to tell her personal story in the framework of a recipe. Overcoming suicidal ideation, living with mental illness and surviving sexual violence, Dayna models vulnerable storytelling in hopes of inspiring others to do the same. Dayna is notorious for connecting mental health stories, resources and baking, creating a palatable and accessible way for all to find community, connection, and healing.

Want to learn more? Check out: bakeittillyoumakeit.co/mix-melt-mend for more information about the book as well as access to the accompanying workbook. The Mix, Melt, Mend: Workbook, includes journal prompts, exclusive recipes, skill sheets and advice from those who have sought help in the community among other interactive pages.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781733086011
Publisher: Dayna Altman
Publication date: 08/19/2020
Pages: 220
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Dayna Altman is a bold and authentic mental health entrepreneur, author and public health professional based in Boston MA. A dual graduate of Northeastern University: MPH '18, BS, Human Services '15, Dayna brings both professional experience and personal expertise into the work she does for her community. Dayna has held several roles in the human services field working with youth in mental health settings and women who have experienced domestic or sexual violence. She has also created several of her own advocacy organizations specializing in mental health advocacy. Her entrepreneurial adventures have helped her become a professional speaker, a documentary filmmaker, and an author of two books, using food to create a palatable and accessible way for all to approach mental health.

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