Welcome to Life After Mormonism, the Social Network serving the Exmormon Community!
We are an online social community of former Mormons and those still transitioning out of Mormonism. Investigators of Mormonism also welcome!(free registration required to see all areas of the site and "member only" posts)
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The challenge to BYU’s accreditation has hit the presses!! Let’s see what happens! Theoretically it’s OK to be gay at BYU, but not everybody got the memo. In the meantime, FreeBYU has started posting profiles. And what is the… See More
"Mate dont worry u will be fine and remember if u think something is wrong it probably is and lets face it if u dont build on a solid foundation then its gonna fail if bith of uu want different things ..
Remember u can do anythig u wanna and try and…"
"Really wondering if you are posting here as an "ex-mormon" or more likely as a missionary for Daheshism...
I think you may be aware that J.S. had many paranormal experiences, so I hope you understand when I don't believe you just…"
"Hi--Thanks for your thoughts. I am also a 61-year-olds woman who left the church. You said you were searching for a spiritual direction. I've found something that resonated with me, and would be interested in sharing ideas with you. …"
Growing up in a Mormon family had it's memories of fun times and as I grew older those memories became hurts. As a child you just kind of go with the flow and attend church and activities because that's, well, just what the whole family did. …
The Elders showed up at my door tonight with their curious timing and all the social pomp of an unexpected fart on a first date. The first Elder was just timid enough to speak in hushed tones while his dazzling companion was the conversational… Continue
Making the choice to leave the Mormon church has made me realize that life has more meaning. Choices and changes don't seem that hard or that bad as once viewed in my own head when I was a member of the LDS church. “For a seed to achieve its…