Need to talk?
You're not alone. We're always here to listen. We can even connect you with groups of other recovering fundamentalists.
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What's the purpose of this site?
To help those seeking to recover from fundamentalist religious systems reconcile a blossoming recognition of truth versus a lifetime of dogmatic education.
How do you help people recover from fundamentalism?
It's nearly impossible to escape abusive or dogmatic religious systems alone. The process of recovery from religious indoctrination involves several phases for most people. A key component to a healthy recovery is communicating with people who have previously been through or are currently in a similar phase.
Share Stories of Recovery
Everyone who recovers from fundamentalism has a unique story, but many stories share common threads that can inspire in tough times.
One of the first phases of recovery from fundamentalism is the discovery of new information. We provide access to the ideas and understandings that have helped many people recover.
Stories of Recovery
Grace Peterson July 2, 2013
Recovering from being a demon-possessed person
Rico June 29, 2013
Recovering from Fundamentalism from Kingston, Saint Andrew
Matt June 26, 2013
Recovering from Holiness Pentecostalism
Phil June 24, 2013
Recovering from Protestantism
Kim June 16, 2013
Recovering from evangelical Christian fundamentalism
Anna June 12, 2013
Recovering from Evangelical Christianity
Joan June 11, 2013
Recovering from evangelical cult parents
Mark Davis May 11, 2013
Recovering from shame-based christianity from Orange County, CA