Thursday, July 25, 2019

Blog Tour: Beautiful Warrior

Blog Tour: Beautiful Warrior

About the Book: We’ve all been there. Moments when we feel insignificant or less than. Moments when the toxic traps of shame, resentment, unresolved anger, bitterness, and unforgiveness can be overwhelming. But there is a way out, if you are willing to brave the path to freedom.

Bravely sharing personal struggles with self-esteem, along with clinical insights, licensed therapist Tina Yeager shows how you can be free from ongoing negative patterns. In Beautiful Warrior, she shows you how to overthrow your own self-defeating patterns. Through easy-to-understand biblical references, end-of-chapter questions, and empowerment opportunities, she demonstrates how you can soar over common obstacles that often keep women from healthy self-esteem. Embrace your identity in Christ so you can embrace your destiny.

With a biblical foundation to sand on and therapeutic insights on practical ways to live, you can:
  • Free yourself from ongoing negative patterns.
  • Overcome common obstacles to healthy self-esteem.
  • Deepen awareness and comprehension of Christ-centered identity.
  • Embrace divine esteem and go forth as a heroine equipped to share the empowering truth with others.

Beautiful Warrior empowers you to break free from the insecurity that has you trapped. Pick up your shield—the Word of God, your identity in Christ, and healthy thought patterns—and become the divine heroine you were destined to be.

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My Thoughts: I love the title of this book. Beautiful Warrior. It fully captures the contents.

Author Tina Yeager reminds us women that we are warriors of God, and as such, He’ll prepare us for the battles we face in everyday life. Unfortunately, many of us have gotten sucked into negative self-talk that drags us into the mire of self-doubt, feelings of inadequacy, and jealousy of others whom we perceive to have it all. As a result, we don’t think have what it takes to answer God’s call to serve Him. We think someone else should do the work, that He can’t use us.

Through personal anecdotes and scripture, Ms. Yeager proves we are worthy and worthy of the tasks. One particular passage that spoke to me: “Shame douses us with regret like cheap cologne…Shame is not of God. The Bible clearly distinguishes shame from conviction (2 Cor. 7:10). Satan distorts the perfect gift of conviction into worldly sorrow, or shame. Unlike the forward movement God intends, shame stops us dead in our tracks, bringing spiritual death.”

Each chapter addresses a topic such as loneliness, society’s lies to women, the comparison trap, and bitterness followed by questions for self-reflection. Woven throughout the book are practical suggestions and exercises aimed at assisting the reader to achieve a healthy self-esteem. She assures readers that: “God didn’t create {you} according to earthly standards. He didn’t set another person as a model to copy when crafting {your} features.”

You will want to read and study this guide. Highlight sections that resonate with you. Turn down pages in order to revisit them. I tend to focus on the destination whether it’s a vacation or a project. I obtain great satisfaction in getting there or getting the job done. You might be the same way, but in this case, you will want to pay attention along the journey, because as Ms. Yeager cautions us: “Becoming redefined is about transformation, not arrival.”

About the Author:
Wife, mom, and latte junkie, Tina has won thirty writing awards, in FCWC’s 2103 Writer of the Year. Inspirational speaker, podcast host, licensed therapist, life coach, and mentor with Word Weavers International, she loves to bring encouraging messages through spoken and written words. She’d be honored to support your journey, and would love to share a storyteller’s message at your organization’s next event. Come visit for a virtual cup of java at

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