Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Read an inspirational excerpt from Divorced and Scared No More! by Tasher & Tony Haynes

Divorced & Scared No More! Emotional Support for the Newly Divorced

Have you experienced Divorce? Are you questioning what your future will be after your vows of "I do" turn into "I do not" along with the loss of all the dreams that never will be fulfilled? Divorced and Scared No More: Emotional Support for the Newly Divorced is the first installment of the three-part trilogy written to assist readers in post-divorce related matters while providing you the motivation you need to move on.

Author Tasher speaks from personal experience; having gone through the many stages of relationships. This includes denial of a failed marriage, expressiveness needed to gain healing and how to remain emotionally grounded. You'll find ways to embrace your new found freedom and turn the lemons life threw at you into a Zesty Lemon Sorbet!

Therapist and clinical author Justin Nutt, LSCSW, LAC consulted as a technical advisor for the series. Insuring everything presented be accurate and quality material while still being a comforting, easy-to-read guide to surviving divorce.

Co-Author Tony Haynes is a practitioner of Acrostic Poetry -poetry where the first, last or other letters in a line spell out a particular word or phrase. At the end of each chapter, you can look forward to reading a clever poem from words found within the word DIVORCE. These are poetic thoughts that ask "How did I get here?" This rite of passage has everything to do with life and our stories affects each other because we are all connected. Now it's time to peek inside and see how, where & why our lives intersect.

There are so many insightful topics in the book, which will help you feel inspired to look inward and become aware of your needs to help you live again. There is still life after emotional death ... Isn't it time for you to be happily divorced and Divorced and Scared NO More?

Read this inspirational excerpt:
Shortly before dawn Jesus went out to them, walking on the lake. When the disciples saw him walking on the lake, they were terrified. “It’s a ghost,” they said, and cried out in fear. But Jesus immediately said to them: “Take courage! It is I. Don’t be afraid.” 
“Lord, if it’s you,” Peter replied, “tell me to come to you on the water.” “Come,” he said. 
Peter got down out of the boat, walked on the water and came toward Jesus. But when he saw the wind, he was afraid and, beginning to sink, cried out, “Lord, save me!” 
Immediately Jesus reached out his hand and caught him. “You of little faith,” he said, “why did you doubt?”

—Matthew 14:25–30 (NIV)
Let’s just take a moment and think about Peter when he got out of the boat because Jesus asked him to. He put his faith in Jesus when he became afraid and started to sink. He called out for Jesus to help him while the other disciples sat safely in the boat and did not risk going to Jesus. They leaned on the boat, but Peter leaned on his faith and higher power. 
Faith helps you let go of the ordinary for a little while so God can do something better. Why are you holding onto pain and bad feelings? This is an adventure of faith! Life is difficult; you have been knocked out of the safe boat. Now it’s time to let your faith grow with each step and remember you, too, can reach out as Peter did. Leave the past behind you, and open yourself to what God has waiting for you. It should be pretty wonderful. It is God, after all. 
I have heard people give Peter a hard time for what he did that day. I guess, as is the case with many things, I view Peter’s story differently; he took the risk, believed, and tried. Peter’s faith did get shaken, but he called to Jesus, requesting help. I think this is an example of what real true faith is: facing fears and taking the risk, knowing a higher power is there to help if you are in need. There are great rewards outside the boat. It is time to take the step outside. I am a Christian, so I am referring to my faith, but whatever you choose to believe in, this is the time for you to strengthen your resolve and let the Higher Power guide you to something better. 
One of the most challenging and difficult life lessons I have learned is that we need to allow ourselves to have enough faith to surrender ourselves and our affairs to a power bigger than us. Interestingly, many people reach out to this higher power when there is difficulty in their lives and ask for immediate emergency help. They do not communicate with God until the next emergency happens. How interesting and rewarding would it be to trust this higher power on a daily basis, sharing our joy and success with God, as well as our struggles? I know I like to hear the joy in my child’s voice when they tell me about something that filled them with happiness. 
I really enjoy talking to God while I am driving. There are no distractions, and I can let everything out without anyone hearing me. Oh, how I love our special time together. Sometimes he even answers back with a GodWink, which SQuire Rushnell explains is a coincidence or message of reassurance from God directly to you, like a sign on the side of the road.

Available in Paperback

Also available as an ebook

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About Tasher 

Tasher was divorced on her 26th wedding anniversary, and she embarked on a new life. Her marriage was broken all to pieces, she was not going to let the divorce break her. Tasher quickly discovered that single life was very different from all those years ago. Like many, she initially was scared. Yet she was determined to become Divorce and Scared NO More!

Despite her dyslexia, she decided to share with others things she learned while rebuilding her life. The launch of DASNM.com quickly received a worldwide following. The logo was inspired by a set of broken pilot wings. No two people will have identical situations, hopefully the DASNM series will assist others with the least amount of trepidation, during this difficult transition.

Tasher is not a professional therapist, rather she is sharing because she has "been there and done that" understanding how it FEELS. Therapist and clinical author Justin Nutt LSCSW, LAC consults as her technical advisor. Insuring everything presented be accurate and quality material while still being a comforting, easy-to-read guide to surviving divorce.

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