Are You A Survivor Who Thrives?
Stronger Than My Struggles Wants to Celebrate You & Share Your Story With Our Tribe.
Let Us Celebrate You!
Do You Have An Amazing Story of Triumph & Survival in the Midst of Adversity?
Why Share My Story?
Coach Melony Hill, Founder of Stronger Than My Struggles, creator of Survivors Who Thrives, is a survivor many times over. As a Life Transition Coach, she works closely with survivors to aid them in breaking free of the stigma, stereotypes, and shame associated with their pasts and/or illness.
No Matter where you come from, what you've done, or what illness you may suffer from, there is value in your testimony. It doesn't matter what others may think of you, your story of triumph over adversity or life transition may be the testimony that saves or changes a life.
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Give hope to someone who's life is testing them in the area you've Survived and Thrived.
Be featured on the Stronger Than My Struggles blog
Connect with our tribe members and other like minded individuals in our community.
Make Social Impact, by having your story shared through the Stronger Than My Struggles social media networks.
Stronger Than My Struggles heals and educates through the written and spoken word, offering resources, support and services to survivors from all walks of life. 8x author, safe space curator and Life Transition Coach Melony Hill hosts a series of workshops in the Baltimore area including a free weekly therapeutic writing workshop, Writing for My Sanity, which she named after her book of poetry.
In May 2019, Melony made history as she launched the first ever Black Mental Health Awareness Tour, Crazy Like a Fox: Black Mental Health Matters. The Crazy Like a Fox tour stems from a one-time event created by Coach Melony in 2018. It has now expanded into an annual tour.
THRIVING SURVIVORS WHO'S STORIES WE'VE SHARED
"I used to be so ashamed to admit that I was experiencing abuse at home. It took me a long time to even realize I was in an abusive relationship and in danger. Once I got out, I had this epiphany that I didn’t have much to show for in my life beyond my career. .” For Her Full Story Visit Our Site
“As a child I grew up in single parent household in the projects. I finished high school and then became a single mother of triplets. I went to nursing school with medically fragile triplets. I was in a domestic violence relationship 15 years ago and almost lost my life at the hands of my abuser.” For Her Full Story Visit Our Site