Pamela Coleman a Charlottesville, Virginia native and mental abuse survivor. Coleman took pen to paper to ease years of abuse, years of lies and secrets. Her book “is this me? Am I her?” reflects on years of abuse at the hands of her mother. Coleman’s father, grandmother and brother protected her as she grew up. During middle school, Coleman began to drink. She thought that this was ok because her mother did it.
With her book she hopes to help others who have gone through similar events.
Coleman is an award winner of an Impact Award, for her support and encouragement of others. Along with the Book Tour Award, she has traveled to several states, and met some amazing people and made lifelong connections.
When she is not writing, she’s very passionate about men’s mental health, along with running her online life coaching business Finding your path. This is where she applies her life coaching skills and life lessons to help others. During the Christmas Holiday’s her website spoke to over 26 people free of charge. Coleman understands what it is like to spend the holidays alone, sad and depressed with nowhere to turn. She makes sure that no one will be turned away because of cost.
Coleman’s cheerleaders are her sons Eric and Evan Coleman and grandson Maverick. Coleman works full-time, with high school students that come in from another country, to bridge the gap between the students and teachers. To ensure the students have an easy transition, and the best education available.