Hi sweet friend.
Welcome to my online space. I'm Dr. Tiffany Pierce, Pharmacist and Anxiety Coach.
But please call me Tiffany.
I have dedicated my life to helping creatives, visionaries and leaders (like you!) overcome stress and anxiety in their lives.
In our modern day world more than ever, many talented and creative women are struggling with stress and anxiety that is spilling over into every area of their lives and crippling them from becoming their best selves.
I want to help you channel and control your anxiety so you have the ability to use your creativity in a way that allows you to birth your dreams, launch your vision, and live your best life.
I know firsthand how crippling anxiety can be. I suffered with debilitating anxiety for nine long years. Even as a spirit-filled Christian who can quote the Scripture that says be anxious for nothing faster than you can open your Bible to the Psalms, I could never quite grasp how to live out this seemingly simple sounding truth. I cried, prayed, fasted, and pleaded with God to help me, but nothing seemed to "cure" the agonizing pain in my soul. On top of feeling anxious all the time, I was also struggling with feeling like a failure as a Christian for being anxious.
I often wanted to give up. But even as I would begin to relinquish the hope of ever reaching a life of peace, something would rise up in me and tell me to keep fighting for the life that Jesus had died for me to have.
So I kept looking for a way to deal with my anxiety. I tried exercising. I tried yoga. I tried reading self-help books. I tried counseling. I tried taking anti-anxiety medicines that made me sleepy and unmotivated, so I stopped taking them and tried natural medicines and special teas instead. I even tried acupuncture.
But none of my ideas for overcoming my anxiety gave me relief from it. I might do better for a little while, but inevitably I would wake up again with a crushing feeling on my chest of worry and angst.
After nine years, I remember one morning I got down on my knees in my closet with hands on my heart and told God I surrendered to Him completely. I gave Him my entire life.
What did that look like exactly?
I took a sabbatical from life as I knew it, which meant giving up on my childhood dream of becoming an actress and entertainer. I stopped what I was doing and began asking God to show me how to get to the life he had shown me from my youth. What I've learned is that God never truly asks you to give up something without having a much more fulfilling and alternate route to get you to the place He has prepared for you. So while I was busy struggling and literally killing myself to find my purpose, He was waiting on me to give up my will so He could lead me down the path to fulfilling my true calling.