For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us. (Romans 8:18 ESV)
IN AWE OF GOD
Tanesha Davis can finally commemorate the fact that she is a first-time published author.
Now that she’s on the brink of making her authorship debut, she certainly has no plans of slowing down anytime soon.
“None so far, but they’re coming in the near future,” Davis, a Clarksville, Tennessee-based author, said, announcing that other books are forthcoming.
In the meantime, though, Davis is blissful of the notion that she been blessed to join seven other co-authors, who have collectively assembled Life After Divorce: Turning Pain Into Power, the highly-anticipated anthology that is spearheaded by Visionary Author, Dr. Dana Barnett-Watson.
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A spiritually-empowering collaborative written work 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.
“This opportunity was presented to me by an amazing woman doing wonderful things,” Davis said of Dr. Watson. “Dana Watson has touched so many with her heart and is still striving to reach new heights. This invitation was well received with happiness and nervousness. Composition has always been a love of mine and I truly think of it as art.”
THUS SAID THE LORD
In essence, Davis admitted that writing a book during which she would freely share of her marital experiences, parenthood, and divorce had been “on my heart for years,” the Norfolk, Virginia native told MHN.
“I would journal through my pain because I was sitting in humility, fear, and failure,” Davis recalls. “I felt no one could relate or wanted to listen because a complaining military spouse is not tolerated or respected. I was away from my family and had a few friends. I had no one to talk to and had to press on in life as if nothing was going on at all. I was broken, scared, confused, sad, and covered with a false sense of self, the mask of hidden burden.
“My solace was crying every day on my restroom breaks at work,” Davis continued. ‘Liquid prayers’ are what I call my tears. God knows what we need and has a unique way of pushing us in that direction of purpose. It’s when we realize where we come from and who we are that God speaks to us further.”
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Having been afforded the luxury of composing two excerpts for Life After Divorce: Turning Pain Into Power, Davis said she can’t thank Dr. Watson — her longtime friend who she suitably refers to as “Coach Dana Watson” — enough for thinking enough of her to invite her to share her assortment of life-altering experiences on her platform.
“I chose my titles and topics based on my struggles within my marriage and divorce,” Davis explained. “I had no one to talk to and was in a whirlwind of issues draining me emotionally. I started journaling again and felt my story was no different from anyone else’s and was always depicted in every Tyler Perry film. Coach Dana encouraged me otherwise and believed in me more than I believed in myself.”
For Davis, that she has become a first-time author, in many aspects, has given way to God strategically ridding her of the strongholds that essentially had kept her spiritually bound for quite some time.
AND WE KNOW…
“(Collaborating with this book has given me) encouragement to keep moving through the pain, healing, and growth,” Davis said. “Whether it’s a good relationship or a relationship that ended badly, everyone should know that their pain could be turned into power. It shouldn’t take a break-up or a broken heart for someone to do it big, show out, glow up, and do better or live their best life. That should be happening daily. Instead, we tend to lose ourselves within relationships, parenthood, work, and life in general. We often forget to refill our own cups and take time for ourselves.”
Referencing the familiar Biblical passages that are Jeremiah 29:11 and 2 Corinthians 1:3-8 — “(these scriptures) kept presenting itself to me in church, the radio, and daily notifications,” she recalls — Davis is grateful of the fact that God has taken her slew of obstacles and miraculously given her beauty for ashes, as a result.
As only He could.
“I think of my (stressful situations) as blessings that always teach me lessons,” said Davis, who has a virtual interview scheduled for December 4, during which she will promote the new book of which she’s apart. “Self-reflection is a powerful tool and one of my favorite things to do. It’s hard at times, but having emotional intelligence eases the learning process.
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“We need to be reminded that each one can and should teach one,” Davis continued. “If my words can help one person then they, themselves, can help others as well. In essence, the leaves will keep sprouting and blooming, the branches will keep stretching and growing while the tree stands strong.”
Something to which she can greatly attest.
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