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Relationship Strongholds - I Finally Let It Go! (Kimberly Tetterton)

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Ten years after a relationship breakup, Kimberly Tetterton thought she was healed. She’d gone through all of the stages of healing while functioning as a software programmer and serving as a director of a national organization that supports women. [All that time, says Kimberly, I was the one who needed support! During this pandemic, while becoming deeper depressed and having high anxiety, I said, OK God, I am over this!! After recognizing there was a stronghold over me and fasting and praying, I finally had my epiphany. I was on my last stage of grief. I went from mourning to finally burying what had control over me. Now I’m on the road to being totally free to do what God has called me to do and to getting on the path He has planned for me.] Kimberly graduated from college in 1997 with a BA degree in Information Systems and Operations Management and immediately entered into the corporate world. She has over twenty-five years of software programming experience in accounting and in the public safety industry. A Wilton Certified Cake Decorating Instructor and a lifelong volunteer, Kimberly received her professional certified life coach training and certification from P4 Coaching Institute. Her company, Too Gifted by Kimberly LLC, includes custom cake designing, event planning, and life coaching services. She received the 2016 ACHI Magazine Woman of Inspiration Award and the 2017 ACHI Magazine Volunteer of the Year Award. She currently serves as a Regional Director of the nationally known non-profit organization ACHI WSWA Inc., in which she leads all members across 8 states. With her tools, skills, resources, and God-given gifts, Kimberly helps others unwrap their gifts--gifts they never even knew they had. ​

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