About My Fearless Future
MFF Project aspires to address the pain points that keep victims locked in domestic violence relationships. MFF Project promotes resiliency within survivors and their children. Through our storytelling vehicle, we empower individuals who’ve been exposed and walk with them through the healing process.
Domestic Violence (DV) knows no boundaries. It isn’t specific to race, gender, faith, income or any other factors. It’s also one of the most concealed offenses, meaning DV can be physical (but not obvious), verbal, and/or mentally manipulative. And it can be really difficult to understand why victims don’t just leave and rather stay in abusive relationships.
Survivor Testimony & Monologues (STAM) is a series of stories about different scenarios within DV. No two situations are the same, but the emotional journeys of victims and survivors can be relatable.
Domestic Violence and Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) still have a lot of stigmas. The statistics are mind-blowing and likely affect people around you—and you may have no idea.
STAM delivers stories and scenarios around DV with the intent of awareness, education, and storytelling. Subject matter and productions are updated periodically.
My Fearless Future Project exists to create awareness of Domestic Violence and Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) for all and inspire transition from being a victim to a survivor for women and children.