As our community continues to grow in numbers and expand in diversity, the LAM Administrative team has enhanced the "House Rules" and updated the User Agreement Policy(UAP) and Terms of Service(TOS) to preserve and promote harmony and respect in the community. Please take a moment at your convenience to read over the House Rules and familiarize yourself with the UAP and TOS. Going forward, all LAM-ers will be expected to keep the House Rules and UAP/TOS agreements. It is hoped that this will aid in clarifying inappropriate posts or behaviors that may result in suspension from LAM and preserve and promote an environment that is agreeable to all. Your feedback is welcomed and may be shared in a reply to this forum post or through a message to Micah (MikeUtah) or in an email to email@example.com.
The LAM Administrative Team
This isn't a professional therapy session with trained therapists. There are places you can go to and get than kind of help if you need it.
Getting out my popcorn and waiting for the big show to start! ;-)
Life After Mormonism is a safe haven for people to discuss their issues within the context of mormonism. Talking openly about our issues within the context of that religious experience is what helps us to move forward. I'm sure there are other venues on the internet that cover topics where people can rant about what bugs them in life beyond the scope of what the focus of this site offers.