Mel B has vowed to "text herself" a supportive message to remind herself she is loved.

Mel B (c) Instagram

Mel B (c) Instagram

The 42-year-old singer is embroiled in a bitter divorce battle with her estranged husband Stephen Belafonte - who she claimed was physically abusive towards her and had an affair with their nanny -and though she is aware she is not in the "most favourable situation in life", she is adamant she will soon be "speaking the truth" and will continue to stay strong during the difficult time.

Mel penned a lengthy post on her Instagram account, which read: "unanswered text is everything FYI you may know my name but not my story,you maybe have herd what I've done but not what I've been threw but soon you will,so in the mean time I'm just gonna text myself this as a reminder,I may not have come from the perfect home but I was loved by my family,I may not be in the most favorable situation in life currently but trust me I soon will be by speaking my truth coz i refuse to give up shut up and just settle,my heart and my intentions are pure and honest,and that alone makes me stand and fight for what I believe in (sic)."

The 'America's Got Talent' judge - who has daughters Phoenix, 18, and Angel, 10, from past relationships, and six-year-old Madison with Stephen - is determined to stay "focused" on her career and raising her children "all alone", although she has claimed she is taking control over life "bit by bit".

She continued: "I'm focused I work hard I support and raise my 3 beautiful daughters all alone and every day I show them how I'm handling Bisiness and taking back my life bit by bit,wearing the goddess crown my babies gave me proudly (sic)."

And the former Spice Girls singer has no doubt her life will take a turn for the better and the naysayers who slated her will eat their "cruel dishonest disgusting words".

She added: "I no the cards I've been dealt with willchange for the better and change indeed very very soon, a lot of people WILL be eating there cruel dishonest disgusting words,me well I'm humble coz I no where I started,I'm full of life coz i made it out alive, (sic)."

Mel has revealed she is "stronger healthier and sillier than ever" and will no longer hide or be ashamed of the "traumatising pain" she has endured over the last "seven months", which also saw her lose her father, Martin, to cancer aged 63 earlier this year.

She said: "plus I'm learning how to love myself more and more each day so thank you to the ones that have stuck by me and believed in me even if I wasn't able to talk to any of you for 10 years but guess what I'm back now stronger healthier and sillier than ever,no more hiding no more shame no more traumatizing pain,these last 7months have been incredible despite the death of my father,but he gave me just the strength I needed to stop living in utter fear thank you daddy I love you and miss you every second of every day,ive stayed quite for way way way too long,want to empower and support women and give strength and hopefully pave the way even if it's just to a hand full of people to let them no you CAN do it,all alone I walked away with nothing just my kids,no one new but it was the most terrifying but amazing walk I took and A: i never looked back B:never will I regret it,I'm crying writting this I'm sorry,but just no your not alone there are more people than you could ever imagine in the same boat right now and yes they are alive to tell there story #stopdomesticviolence #stoprapedrugging#getoutnowplease #nomoreshame#nomorehiding #reportyourabuser (sic)."