Do you want a place to escape the misery, struggle, and toxicity of your relationship with your parents and feel what it’s like to be in a safe community with other people who get it (without guilt and shame)?
Then you are in the right place.
Welcome to The FOLD
What is the FOLD?
Long story short: It’s a virtual club for people who grew up with toxic caregivers.
You deserve a safe space.
If your caregiver has/had:
Narcissistic personality disorder
Borderline personality disorder
Multiple personality disorder
…..you are not the problem. You were never the problem.
It’s time to stop walking on eggshells.
You deserve a space to share your story and be seen, heard, and validated.
I’m here to help you own your emotions, share your story, and re-write the ending.
The FOLD (Finding Our Lost Destinies) is a virtual validation group where individuals from all walks of life come together to share their stories and learn to accept their unique feelings and experiences surrounding hardships endured as a child (most likely caused by a caregiver).
Vulnerability is not knowing victory or defeat, it’s understanding the necessity of both; it’s engaging. It’s being all in.
– Dr Brené Brown
How does it work?
Sign up to join a special email list dedicated to members of the FOLD. You will be notified each time a session is scheduled and sent the link for the meeting. The meetings are absolutely FREE to attend and participate in, but you are welcome to make a donation if you feel so moved.
The guidelines for the group are simple:
The FOLD is a sacred space where what is shared stays between its members.
The FOLD is not a place to share unsolicited advice.
The FOLD is a community of respect, support, and safety.
Have you acknowledged your childhood trauma?
The FOLD might just be the first step.
Childhood trauma, in particular, manifests later in life and can impact our emotional, behavioral and physical wellbeing, which has a domino effect on our intimate relationships, work, and personal lives.
For many of us, the traumatic relationships we’ve had with parents, caregivers and loved ones are the root cause of our distress. Do you recall a moment when you felt let down by someone who you felt should be a pillar of support? It’s important to recognize that you deserve to heal from this, whether it means ending those relationships to find peace or slowly mending those relationships over time.
Most importantly, remember that you’re not alone and many people share similar experiences to you. 70 – 80% of Americans consider their families dysfunctional.