The Wellness Journey with Lynnis Woods-Mullins and her guest Reverend Tammie Denyse, on air from April 24th
One thing that is a guarantee in life, we will experience heartache, heartbreak, loss, and tragedy. Unfortunately, these events in life can’t be avoided. When these life events bombard our lives many times we don’t think we can make it. Many of us may say “If one more thing happens….” I know I have said that before.
This is one of the statements that went through Reverend Tammie Denyse’s mind. She had been through the tragedy of losing her Sister, her Father, being diagnosed with Cancer and the biggest heartbreak of all, losing her Son. The unspeakable pain and loss that she felt were almost unbearable. But through all of the loss, Tammie Denyse knew that her ultimate survival would be her first line of defence: HOPE.
Tammie Denyse shares in her book “The Power of Hope – Reclaiming Your Life After Tragedy” how her journey through hopelessness, disconnection, disillusionment, abandonment, and hurt led her ultimate healing and grace.
Listening to Tammie Denyse gives one a sense of empowerment and knowing that while tragedy will strike, there is still the power of hope that will lead us through our journey of emotional and spiritual healing.
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Reverend Tammie Denyse was born and raised in Indianapolis, IN and has lived in Sacramento, CA for more than 25 years. She is a CEO, ordained minister, coach, international speaker and bestselling author. No stranger to trauma and loss, Rev. Tammie has been navigating tragedy personally and professionally most of her life. Despite death, illness, divorce and more, she always looks toward hope as the first line of defence when living through tragedy. Rev. Tammie uses intersections of her faith, education and life experiences to create a heart-centred approach to healing and wellness. She holds degrees in Human and Community Services, Divinity and Community Leadership. Rev. Tammie is a master group facilitator for those facing tragedy, grief and loss. Most recently, she experienced a tragedy so great it threatened her hope and was the inspiration for this book.
Rev. Tammie is co-founder and president of Carrie’s TOUCH, a 501(c)3 nonprofit breast cancer organization established to enrich the lives of African American women diagnosed with the disease. She is a 13-year breast cancer survivor and has spent the past 11 years coaching cancer patients and their families through the trauma of a cancer diagnosis. She is a certified Cancer Journey coach and an expert in the field. Her work has been recognized both nationally and globally for its innovative approach to breast cancer survivorship.
Rev. Tammie is a mother of three adult children and the grandmother of one.
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Book Link –PowerofHopeTamDenyse