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)
See "Help" menu at top-right for House Rules, FAQ, and other helpful info for your visit to LAM. You can be as public or private as you want on LAM. Privacy controls and private forum options keep you in charge. Please check our our gift store for Apostate Apparel and D2D gear.
""Do I trust God above everyone else?" If the membership of the church truly did their homework, looked at the disgusting history of this cult and trusted only in God, not the leaders of this fraud, they would definitely leave. Unless of…"
"There was a very good documentary by CNN's Lisa Ling last fall on Utah Mormons and drug addiction. Very sobering! Much of the drug abuse is prescription or over the counter. Then there's the opiates and illegal narcotics that are…"
James Mubiru is now a member of Life After Mormonism (exmormon)
"Geesh, it sounds like a breach of the doctor/patient privilege in communications. I didn't realize states laws could trump existing laws protecting clergy; legal, medical professions from divulging patients confidential information. A church…"
"Life's a journey, not a destination.
Found your story worthwhile and thanks for sharing it here. While I haven't gone on a mission, I was born and raised LDS, and understand some of the dynamics you were confronted with, and in turn…"
"Joining this site for me was an afterthought as I'd left Mormonism years ago for what I believed then to be very personal reasons. Now however, as I read of others experiences, I was not as alone as I'd felt in my rationale.
Does it get…"
"It's been well documented, there were more than 40 - closer to 49. Some were his "spiritual" wives married to other male Mormons. Then there were the young girls ages 13, 14, 15 etc. who JS married in order to take over their personal…"
This past week we were treated to what is possibly the most delicious new apologetic argument since the tapir! Take it away, Meg Stout: It all boils down to the one admission from Emily, where she responded “Yes sir.” when asked if she had engaged… See More
Leaving the church does a body good! Here's me in 2006 and current day. I left in mid 2008. Feeling like this may be your only life is enough to care a lot more about your body and taking care of it so you can enjoy all that life has to…
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…