Tanya Brown’s Story
Tanya Brown’s story began in the summer of 1994. On the night of June 12th, her sister, Nicole Brown Simpson, was murdered. Her pain was indescribable and insurmountable. Because of the notoriety of the murder case, it became difficult for Tanya to go through the normal grieving process. She stuffed her emotions inside herself and remained quiet. Tanya became a master at concealing her feelings. Later, she came to realize that not only did she lose her sister, she had lost herself also.
That was confirmed in 2004. Tanya was to be married and shortly before the big day, her ex-fiancé cancelled the wedding. She became so clinically depressed that she found it impossible to even get out of bed. All of the emotions she had stuffed deeply inside now came pouring out of her.
Tanya was placed in the care of South Coast Medical Center’s Behavioral Health. The in-patient and out-patient programs saved her life. Tanya was more of a student of the program than she was a patient or victim of circumstance. She was attending The University of Life. She did all the Self Work and learned the necessary Cognitive tools to regain life skills and coping strategies to live a productive life.
The Effect of Tanya’s Experiences
Having the necessary tools prevents relapse on many different levels. This experience gave Tanya the tools, skills and strategies to help her get through the stressors of life.
Tanya will always speak on domestic violence, but she is excited to announce that this experience is another focus in her speaking and life coaching business. She wants to prevent others from going through what she went through.
Tanya desires to educate, inspire and motivate others which is why she has created many self help books and workbooks that will lift your spirit and give you hope. Tanya does not want what happened to her to happen to anyone else . This is preventable and is manageable.
Because of her experiences, Tanya is completing her Master’s Degree in Psychology specializing in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Stepping Stones to Success:
Stepping Stones to Success is an interview-based anthology book that offers valuable inspirational information from 20 different authors. It is a compilation of life strategies to help you master and manage life both personally and professionally. Contributing authors include Jack Canfield, Depak Chopra and Dr. Dennis Waitley. Tanya Brown now shares her inspirational story of how she turned her Mental Breakdown into a Mental Breakthrough then years after the murder of her sister, Nicole Brown Simpson. After spending 10 days in an inpatient mental health facility and two months in an outpatient program, she is passionate about encouraging others to face their “stuff” as they arise to prevent overwhelm, stress, anxiety, depression or even suicidal thoughts. Tanya is an advocate to prevent and destigmatize mental illness and promote mental health for optimal emotional well-being. Tanya hopes you learn to embrace your crisis and using it as a learning experience to better your health.
Power of the Platform Series: Tanya Brown and The Las Vegas Speaker’s Bureau delivers a set of 3 books that offer life lessons on success, life and purpose.
Power of the Platform: Speakers on Success
Tanya Brown and The Las Vegas Speakers Bureau brings you an anthology book with the best and brightest insights from leading motivators and personal development experts. Tanya has a relationship with the bureau to ensure everyone gets their hands on this paper back or e-book so readers can begin believing in success; find their purpose; create champion-like thinking; overcoming fears; learn healthy communication and so much more. Tanya believes in all the authors and finds this to be a valuable resource for encouragement.
Power of the Platform: Speakers on Life
Tanya Brown wrote the forward to this magnificent read on what it takes to live a fulfilling and abundant life. Tanya along with Brian Tracy, Les Brown, Jack Canfield and many more want you to learn what it takes to live your dreams and find finding those who support you on your journey. Tanya contributed to this project to encourage the readers how important it is to find purpose and live by it and more importantly, how to heal your life. She never gave up on her dream to speak, advocate and coach others after the murder of her sister, Nicole Brown Simpson. Tanya knows how life struggles put a damper on living sometimes and she wants to support the authors of this book because they reveal how to do just that; heal your life.
Power of the Platform: Speakers on Purpose
Tanya Brown has never given up her tenacity or perseverance to pursue to life purpose to educate and inspire others how important it is to live life with intention, purpose and motivation. She has never given up even though has been told to follow other people’s complacency after Nicole’s murder. Tanya refused and continued on to turn her life story into an inspirational service that impacts people’s lives. She supports The Las Vegas Speakers Bureau in offering valuable life lessons from Jack Canfield, Richard Bolles (What Color is Your Parachute?), Marci Shimoff, Les Brown, Brian Tracy and many more. Each of these authors help you discover the path to finding your purpose and how to overcome life’s most difficult challenges as well as sharing the secrets to finding happiness and being a leader in your own life.
Embrace Your Crisis:
Tanya Brown is on a mission to share her experience on how she overcame her pain and despair from loss of friends and the murder of her sister, Nicole Brown Simpson. Embrace Your Crisis offers the reader inspirational stories, examples and effective Tools for Change to implement daily no matter how minute your challenge may be. This workbook is filled with introspective questions to help the reader go deep about finding how to turn obstacles into opportunities. Tanya hopes that people will find this workbook resourceful and helpful to overcome their overwhelm.
Find Peace Amidst The Chaos:
Tanya Brown’s life changed on June 12, 1994. Her life was quiet and private growing up in a small beach community of Dana Point, CA until that dreadful day; a day she will never forget. What people don’t know is that life remained chaotic because of the notoriety of the Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman’s murder and simply other life obstacles she had to encounter. Tanya has been faced with loss, co-dependency, depression, home life with family, and the inability to find her purpose in life for many years after Nicole’s murder. Still today, she finds it a struggle to find peace in her home and in her life. However, Tanya has Tools for Change in her toolbox, so when life gets overwhelming she taps into her resources that help her find Peace Amidst The Chaos. Tanya hopes that the readers will learn the tools to live life peacefully and with mindfulness in order to find this peace.
Tips for Self-Care:
Tanya Brown does not what happened to her to happen to anyone. No one is immune to a mental hospital and addiction. Tanya, after losing many friends in her younger years and dealing with the murder of her sister Nicole, understands what it takes to live a life of emotional well-being. She shares with you a series of cd’s filled with self-care tips for optimal mental health and clarity. Some topics will include Anxiety and Stress Management and Reduction, Identifying triggers and roadblocks and how to overcome them, loving yourself, acceptance and surrender and setting goals to name a few. These cd’s will come in handy on those down days. Simply, pop in a cd or download it on your I-pod and get a burst of informative inspiration.
Self-Care for Mental Clarity:
Tanya Brown created a workshop for those who are overwhelmed with the responsibilities of everyday life. During Tanya’s hospitalization ten years after Nicole’s murder, it was discovered that she never coped with her challenges, but rather she dealt with him. She knows first hand how important it is to managing your time, setting goals, discovering values or learning how to manage the stress to reduce anxiety and perhaps depression, then this workshop is for you. Tanya has recognized that too many people are concentrating on things that really do not pertain to happiness or joy, but rather technology and not engaging in human contact. She has compiled resources from her hospitalization and her own life coaches over the years and created a workshop that will empower attendees to live a more balanced life. Tanya is an advocate to promote mental health and that involves learning the tools that will calm the mind so that individuals can engage in life activities with appreciation, awareness, and efficiency.
Embrace Your Crisis:
Tanya Brown knows what it takes to get through some challenging life obstacles; the notorious murder of her sister, Nicole and other significant losses. But, now looking back on her life experiences, she created a workshop that will empower you understand that life will bring you circumstances beyond your control. It is how you travel through them and your attitude towards them that will determine your outcome. This workshop will help you identify ways that you reacted to events in the past and help you discover new ways to respond. Embrace Your Crisis is a creative outlet for people to discover their healing. Using an “I AM” exercise, the attendee will be encouraged and inspired that they have the power to change victim mentality to victor mentality. Tanya will help you find faith in self and a higher power to give you the power to love yourself and appreciate life once again. Using tools to understand your purpose that has been buried or robbed way from you. She will be by your side to encourage you to don’t give up in discovering who you with every life transition, obstacle, loss and challenge. Embrace Your Crisis offers so much more to lift you up out of distress and into a fulfilling life once again.