November 30, 2022

We then that are strong ought to bear the infirmities of the weak, and not to please ourselves. (Romans 15:1 KJV)


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GOD-ENDORSED ASSIGNMENT — Washington, DC writer Rachel Hunter is one of eight co-authors who have contributed to Life After Divorce: Turning Pain Into Power, the highly-anticipated anthology that is spearheaded by Visionary Author, Dr. Dana Barnett-Watson.

Because of whom she is and because of where God is taking her, Rachel Hunter was determined to rely heavily on the very thing that has helped guide her through arguably the toughest seasons of her life.

Her bend-but-don’t-break faith.

Consider, for instance, the faith-based disposition Hunter had steadfastly adopted in the wake of what had become a disheartening broken marriage for the accomplished Washington, DC businesswoman.

“After separating from my ex, I realized what I was going through could help someone else whose relationship with God had been affected by the experience,” Hunter told Making Headline News during a weekend interview. “When I was given the opportunity to take part in the anthology, I knew it was time to release what was in my heart.”


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The anthology to which Hunter is alluding is Life After Divorce: Turning Pain Into Power, the highly-anticipated collaborative written work that is spearheaded by Visionary Author, Dr. Dana Barnett-Watson.

A spiritually-empowering book that will make its official debut in the coming weeks, Dr. Barnett-Watson’s Life After Divorce: Turning Pain Into Power is an intriguingly informative, fascinating collection of life-changing stories by eight co-authors, each of whom appropriately found the strength and perseverance to turn their pain into power after divorce.


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BUT WAIT…THERE’S MORE — “I worked in the Juvenile Justice field for 12 years and, during that time, witnessed the injustices and unfair practices people of color were subject to,” Hunter explained. “I am writing a book that addresses those issues and provides a therapeutic solution.”

For Hunter, the message to her readers of Life After Divorce: Turning Pain Into Power was rather forthright for the most part.

In essence, Hunter is challenging those who have experienced a marital dissolution to strongly consider purchasing a collaborative written work she senses is a massive game-changer, particularly with regards to overcoming the hardships amid a divorce.


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A native of Chesapeake, Virginia, Hunter is just a few months removed from having made her authorship debut with the release of Self-Care: Learning To Connect With God.

A book that is comprised of 59 pages, Self-Care: Learning To Connect With God is an intriguingly informative Guided Devotional Journal that offers readers the opportunity to:

  • Explore scripture to connect with God as you deal with real life
  • Process your past experiences and allow God to help you grow and heal
  • Learn to forgive and release yourself from the bondage of bitterness
  • Receive encouragement and empowerment to overcome life’s challenges
  • Release your thoughts and feelings through use of journaling and,
  • Learn prayers to help you deal with tough times including heartbreak

“If you are ready to finally learn how to connect with your Heavenly Father and enhance the relationship with Him, then this book is for you,” said an Amazon spokesperson for Hunter’s Self-Care: Learning To Connect With God.


A PUBLISHED MASTERPIECE — A native of Chesapeake, Virginia, Hunter is just a few months removed from having made her authorship debut with the release of Self-Care: Learning To Connect With God.

When asked in what ways is Self-Care: Learning To Connect With God aligns with the purpose for which God has created her, Hunter said: “My purpose is to teach and help others become healthier versions of themselves. This book has allowed me to help others grow and heal through tending to their spiritual health. I wanted divorcees to know that God’s heart has not changed towards them. This book was written to help others connect with God in a real and authentic manner. I am hoping to share God’s heart and His desire to have a relationship with them despite their flaws and shortcomings. Those who have read it have been uplifted, encouraged, and felt empowered.”

As for Life After Divorce: Turning Pain Into Power, Hunter added: “I actually started journaling about my experience and what I was learning about myself and God while separated and while going through the divorce. Most of what was written was over a two-year time span. I finished my portion of the chapter in August of 2022.”


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FINDING A SILVER-LINING — “After separating from my ex, I realized what I was going through could help someone else whose relationship with God had been affected by the experience,” Hunter told Making Headline News during a weekend interview. “When I was given the opportunity to take part in the anthology, I knew it was time to release what was in my heart.”

Other books, Hunter said, are forthcoming, most notably one that is centered on her chosen profession.

“I worked in the Juvenile Justice field for 12 years and, during that time, witnessed the injustices and unfair practices people of color were subject to,” Hunter explained. “I am writing a book that addresses those issues and provides a therapeutic solution.”

The founder of RDH Counseling and Consulting, LLC, Hunter in the coming weeks will be hosting her fellow co-authors on featured endeavor’s “Relationship Friday” show, she announced.

“We will be sharing parts of our stories about our lives after divorce and the importance of us writing the anthology,” Hunter, a certified life coach, said.


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For more information about Washington, DC Author Rachel Hunter, to inquire about her books, to schedule her for a public appearance, book signing, or speaking engagement, call 757.828.7127 or connect with her via social media under: Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/RDHCounselingandConsulting; Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RDHCounselingandConsultingLLC/; Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rdhcounselingandconsulting/; YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt261uDUUidgJjQ9mlosOdA. Also, send email to: info@rdhcounseling.com


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