I was raised as a Mormon. My parents left the "church" when I was in middle school. Although we had left the religious riggers of Mormonism I lived in a Mormon home controlled and dominated by my…Continue
"Your love and example will be the most influential, because she has to wrestle with what she is being taught about non-Mormons and their lifestyle choices making them unhappy or evil. It's hard to see some one that you love who is happy as an…"
"Thank you Mike. I am accepting of both her and her sister. We do not ask them to attend church with us except for the very few holidays we get to see them. It was the compromise her younger sister and their father have agreed to. My step-daughter…"
I was raised as a Mormon. My parents left the "church" when I was in middle school. Although we had left the religious riggers of Mormonism I lived in a Mormon home controlled and dominated by my father. I was taken to a Baptist church until I was about 16 when church attendance seemed to wain. It was difficult and confusing during that time and still can be. I do not readily recall memories of being a child. At times things seems to overlap and intertwine making it difficult for me to sort…See More
I was born to a Hispanic Catholic mother and a Roman Catholic father. As a very young child I was taken to the Mormon "church" until I was about 12-13 years old. I have worshiped in a Baptist church since I was 13-14. I have three children and am now married to a wonderful man who has two girls who live over 1200 miles away. I am here because I do not remember very much of my childhood and being Mormon and am trying to work through issues I have had since childhood and am just now beginning to recognize.
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