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Not Doomed Not Damaged

Not dead yet

Complex  Trauma Recovery Support

Trauma Recovery support

and CPTSD community

Looking for the

new Motherfucking  Blanket  Fort?

The full hour-long research episodes you've been missing,

the bonus posts, polls, merch giveaways,

and community learning with THE REAL MOTHERFUCKERS changing their lives.

Launching May 2021

This podcast is fucking awesome and has helped not just me but my sister, which I turned onto it. Your work never goes unappreciated or unnoticed. I finally found someone I actually relate to in so many ways and it makes me feel like I’m not just absolutely nuts.

I’ve never felt more seen. As someone who grew up with two addicted parents, I value honesty & compassion above all else. I appreciate the completeness & complexity of your candor & the depth of your compassion. It is wonderful to know there’s a community that understands surviving complex trauma & speaks the language of gritty & irreverent resilience. 

David / TMFR

Alyssa / TMFR

I think you will find plenty of room for whatever you say here, and I think you can be whoever you are here, it is such a rare gift to find this, so thanks @Jess and all you mfs (I love that its ok to say that, it gives me a lift) for creating this wild and beautiful space.

I’m at work listening to your podcasts because since I found them it’s all I’ve been playing at work. You’re super relatable especially to me and you have given me so much inspiration and insight into myself and my issues- like recently you’ve become more helpful than my therapist lol. Well I suppose that’s not very funny, but...

Kayla / TMFR

Barb / TMFR

i just want to express my gratitude to all of you. this community has been such a giant leap for me and something i NEVER thought i would find or even be able to participate thank you endlessly from the bottom of my heart.

First, thank you all for being vulnerable here. Honestly, I've never felt so seen and understood by a group of people before.

Linds / TMFR