You’re Not Finished was created in 2012 to provide personal stories of hope, survival, and overcoming the obstacles so that you can know that you are not alone.. that you are not your problems… that you are not finished in this life. The stories you read are true testimonies of people living with mental health issues and suicidal ideation. They are living proof that it does it better.

On March 30, 2021, the 1st episode of the YNF podcast was published! New episodes will be released bi-weekly.

As the creator of this site & host of this podcast, I am here to make sure that you who are struggling in your mental health or with suicidal thoughts ALWAYS have someone to turn to, and that you know when it seems like there is no one who will support you and be there, this community will uplift you and bring you hope.

This was made for you.

Listen to the YNF podcast on your favorite digital platform: https://yourenotfinished.buzzsprout.com/

Reach out and/or share your story publicly or anonymously at yourenotfinished@gmail.com.

Follow on Twitter: @YNFinished
Follow on Instagram: @YNFCast

3 thoughts on “ABOUT YNF

    1. This comment was right on time. Kimberly…. Thank you so much for reminding me of why I started this thing!! It’s time to make some serious moves and update a few things. Thanks so much!! Much love 🙂

  1. Amazed amazed amazed that one so young can be so on point, so clear, so driven. I am revived by your drive, watching from a distance.

    One of my take-aways from recovery came after a work-place shooting in 2012. Three men died. It became very clear to me that words can kill as much as guns do, and that the perpetrator might’ve been won over by a workplace culture of constructive, forgiving dialog; and three men would be alive today. Personal application then? I can be a murderer of souls by choosing to speak carelessly. The heartless enemy of our souls uses any means to kill, steal and destroy, and if he can’t bring me to self-harm, he’ll harm others by my proud, self-righteous comments, or my lack of loving, forgiving forbearance.

    So I dropped out of CR because I can’t count how many people I’ve offended. Ouch.

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