In The Cheerleader Speaks: What God Taught Me About Men and Myself (Maya Yoga Publishing), Kathleen Kastner candidly shares the disasters of her dating history. Told in humorous, often hilarious, stories that are laced with tips to help readers change the patterns of how they date. Her insightful and inspiring messages encourage readers to look deep within themselves to reinforce that they are worthy of a healthy relationship.
“I encourage readers to pray for the partner that is right for them according to God’s will instead of their ego’s agenda for the perfect mate…wanting readers to be aware that their life mate may be very different than past partners, and to be open to new types of men; kind men, emotionally-
Receiving five-star reviews on Amazon.com, The Cheerleader Speaks reveals the lessons Kastner felt God was trying repeatedly to teach her with each new dating experience on the most important love of all – self-love. Her book is intended to help single people look at dating differently and recognize the factors that come into play in how we date; understanding that childhood experiences not only affect our self-esteem but play a significant role in the partners we attract, and destructive dating patterns – dating the same type of man and expecting different results. In fact, she covers the gamut of negative dating habits that could be keeping us from meeting The One.
Kastner also shares the most valuable lesson she learned; making God the number one relationship in her life in order to feel fulfilled and strong from the inside out, instead of trying to fill the internal void with external substances and relationships. This is great advice for anyone, but especially for those growing up in our celebrity-driven, ‘instant gratification’
Kathleen Kastner has been teaching yoga since 1996 and is the owner of Maya Yoga studio in Kansas City, MO, with her husband Wade Mortenson. She has a M.S in Exercise Physiology and a B.S in Journalism from the University of Kansas. Her celebrity clients have included Deepak Chopra, Molly Sims and Emily Deschanel. She has been published in Yoga Magazine three times, has a Teen Yoga DVD and an iPhone application with www.pretayoga.com (http://www.ascotmedianews.com/
For more information on this talented writer, please visit: www.kathleenkastner.com (http://www.ascotmedianews.com/
Excerpts from Amazon reviews:
"Michelle C: “Kathleen is Precious beyond words…She is honest, humble, kind, generous, and don’t let me forget…Downright –HILAAAAARIOUS!!!