by TamaraAnne

The book, “Married into Police Brutality,” gives us an insight into the on-duty experiences of traumas endured by police officers, through the eyes of a woman who was married to a police officer for twenty-two years.

A Classic Read

Married into Police Brutality is a story that breaks the silence of denial by admitting one is the victim in the most sacred union sanctioned by God and the Government, “Marriage.” Tamara courageously tells her story in a time when our world is hurting, and people are looking for change; in hopes that profound transformation will come to pass. She exposes the mental health decline and the suffering of our public health servants to resolve this pervasive issue that plagues our society.

This book was manifested through friendship, faith and perseverance. Tamara Anne was blessed to be able to tell her story during a very tumultuous season in her life thanks to Contributor Grace Gigi. They cried, laughed, and stood together while fighting for the healing of their families.

You Said

“For all of the promises of God in Him are Yes, and in Him Amen, to the Glory of God through us” 2 Corinthians 1:20 NKJV.

God shows no partiality between His children, but He desires a personal relationship with each of us. Learn to enjoy the intimacy with God as He walks with you through your journey of receiving your prophetic promises.

The Author

Tamara Anne graduated from the reputable Grand Canyon University with a bachelor’s degree in Counseling and holds a certification as a Healing Practitioner through Global Awakening College of Ministry. Tamara’s specialization in Soul Care has taught her the importance of mental health and deep introspection into inner healing from mental and emotional trauma. She is adept at inner and physical healing. She is a certified life skills counselor for young people dealing with stress management issues along with helping adults and children become emotionally and socially aware.

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