Lauren Hope is a former journalist with over five years’ experience in television news. After surviving a suicide attempt in 2014, Hope’s entire life fell apart. She left her television career, gained close to 100 pounds, and soon became homeless.
During her struggles, Lauren found comfort in sharing her mental health journey on her relationship blog called Good Girl Chronicles. Those blogs led to invitations to speak all over the state, and then an opportunity to people struggling with drug addiction as a peer specialist. Hope’s courage in sharing her story transformed her life and purpose.
Her popular blog is now a storytelling business that gives ordinary people a platform to share their extraordinary stories of hope through blogs, events, and speech coaching. Hope is also a Registered Peer Recovery Specialist, board member of the Virginia Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, motivational speaker, speech coach. She is changing the lives of others through bold storytelling, and mental health advocacy.
When she is not producing storytelling shows or writing her memoir; she enjoys playing with her Emotional Support dog, Boo. Lauren Hope aspires to publish a memoir about her journey back from a mental health crisis, and travel the country with her story.
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Certified Peer Recovery Specialist
GGC offers consulting to behavioral health agencies seeking ideas on community outreach, creative community engagement. As a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist with a year of experience working in the community, Good Girl Chronicles founder is able to use lived experience to help shape policy, events, and engagement.
Good Girl Chronicles founder offers motivational speaking on a variety of topics spirituality, mental health, suicide prevention, goal setting, self-care and more. Able to speak to small and larger crowds.
Good Girl Chronicles is a lifestyle blog about love, life, living with a mental illness and everything in between. The blog is also an opportunity to share stories of others, and has created blog series such as Makeup Monday, Women Who Slay Wednesday, Fine Fellas Friday, Mental Health Monday, and Lolo’s Love life.
Working one on one with aspiring storytellers or small businesses on how to better tell their business stories online. GGC helps wording of social media posts, on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Accesses if social media strategy is working.