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SACRAMENTO, CA, March 23, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Reverend Tammie Denyse is a mother, an ordained preacher, and an international bestselling author. She is also the visionary and artistic director for the Carrie's TOUCH Breast Cancer Exposed™ project — a cutting-edge calendar that takes an artistic approach to raising awareness and educating the community about breast health and breast cancer treatment options.
In her book, The Power of Hope: Reclaiming Your Life After Tragedy, she takes us through her journey of overcoming pain, loss, and tragedy in her own life. Through transparency in her own experiences, Tammie can help show people that true healing and wholeness is possible after a tragedy.
In a recent interview with Steve Kidd, the host of "Thriving Entrepreneur Radio Show," she said, "I have worked through my own difficulties of trauma and having to figure out how to help the sunshine again in my own life. As a pastor and as a chaplain, I've also had to help other people find their sunshine again because life will throw us a curve ball and before you know it, everything can feel pretty gloom and doom and even hopeless."
Steve encourages you to get Tammie Denyse's book on Amazon, "Often, some things will happen in our life where we need to seek help and guidance from other people. Sometimes, it even needs to be somebody who's trained. Tammie is amazing at what she does, and she has helped and is continue helping a lot of women. Once in a while, we will need an outside person who will tell us what we need to do and what we need to know in life." Don't forget to grab a copy of Tammie's book on Amazon!
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 best selling 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 defense when living through tragedy. Rev. Tammie uses intersections of her faith, education and life experiences to create a heart-centered 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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