Sharing the lessons along the way…

About The Tawny

me 2-27-13I am a psychologist, professor, life coach and regular human in search of truth, meaning and purpose in this life.

I am part philosopher, part scientist, advocate for those without voices, lover of animals and living things, and am interested most in being the change we all wish to see in the world.

I also have a rare motor neuron disease called Primary Lateral Sclerosis and discuss some of how I cope with a chronic, progressive illness.

Join me in my journey through this life as I share the lessons I learn along the way.



Comments on: "About The Tawny" (15)

  1. It’s that time of year again! I’m coming by with a weirdly stock comment to see if you’re going to join us for NaBloPoMo this year. 2016 brings with it a new site — — and there’s a signup form there if you can fill it out so I know which blog you’re rocking this year. I’m really excited to blog crazily alongside you again, so I hope you can do it.


  2. I got your message, and I love you. ❤

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  3. Hiya Tawny! Just wanted to say that I nominated you for both the “Rose of Kindness” and “Unique Leaves” awards. Thank you so much for being so supportive and awesome!

    Hugs xx


  4. Nice and inspiring blog, Tawny! Thanks for following “Known is a drop, Unknown is an Ocean”. 🙂


  5. Just perusing your blog’s for the first time. You seem to be ‘the gift that keeps on giving’.
    thanx for restoring my faith in human nature.


  6. Hi Tawny! I included you among my nominees for the “WordPress Family Award”. Thank you so much for your kindness and continued support, it means a lot!
    Take care,


    • Katie, you rock! Thank you so much for including me. Providing support and encouragement to you is an easy task. You have the challenge of making living with your illness…what inspires me about how you share this in your blog is that you are making the seemingly senselessness of it have a purpose. Not only are you educating us about your illness, but you are bringing together folks who wouldn’t have connected before.
      Love and hugs,


  7. Very Nice!


  8. Keep up the inspiring work!


  9. You rock!


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