About Tanya Tiger

Tanya Tiger, LCSW is a creative and fiery soul who dreams of a world where everyone is free to be their authentic selves. She has been writing, drawing, sculpting and otherwise flexing her creative muscles since she was a young child, often at the exasperation of her teachers but always with encouragement from her parents. Tanya recently found herself going through a major shift in the very foundation of her being. This shift happened when her youngest daughter, Kristin, died unexpectedly at the age of 16-months. Forced to face her greatest fear, Tanya chose to turn away from the shadows of anger and hatred that loomed and instead turned toward the light of love in her daughter’s honor. Tanya is married to her best friend and fellow artist. Together she and her husband are parents to an insanely funny little girl, who keeps their imaginations running at full force and effect with her larger than life personality. It is Tanya’s heartfelt hope to inspire people through her writing and to show that strength can be found in vulnerability, that a person can survive the worst kind of pain, and that there is always a choice when we are faced with tragedy.

September 2017

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October 2016

July 2016

Defining Compassion: One Life at a Time.

By | 2016-10-14T07:47:53+00:00 July 24th, 2016|blog, Empower Me, Wellness|

By Tanya Tiger There is a deep and abiding desire in the hearts of most people to make this world a better place. When we allow ourselves to get still and quiet we can hear that small, yet persistent, whisper from within saying, “something isn’t right here.” Though we may try to distract ourselves from [...]

April 2016

March 2016

February 2016

Feeling The Calling.

By | 2016-10-14T07:48:41+00:00 February 18th, 2016|blog, Featured, Interfaith|

  By Tanya Tiger I had always wondered what people experienced when they said that they had a “calling” or had been “called by God” (or any other divine entity for that matter). I would try and imagine if it was like a phone call from a friend, “Hey, ya, it’s me… you know the [...]

December 2015