Authors Posts by Tanya Robertson

Tanya Robertson

Tanya Robertson
I am a survivor, a widow, and a mother of 3. I have a passion for helping other women heal and learn to walk in their light. By helping others, I continue to heal myself.

I am Worthy

The first man to ever hurt me was my dad. I couldn't decipher the difference between his absence and my worth, so I used the confusion to build my walls. I was hardened on the outside, but within those walls I was just broken.

Poetry: “Time For Peace” by Tanya Robertson

Time for Peace Nia Magazine for black women
Time for Peace by: Tanya Robertson Holding back the tears and years of pain you caused The anger rises in me like a volcano ready for eruption My better judgment told me to let you go Torn between who you are and who you were supposed to be Obliged to...

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