Since we are in a group of midwest ex mos, my question is, has it been easier for you to cut ties and leave when you aren't surrounded by mormons? I found that to be true for me so I was curious what this groups experiences have been.MindySee More
"And that's one of the biggest problems with the church. Get them while they are young, indoctrinate and brainwash them as young children, with the help from their parents, and when they fail to "fall in line" it's because…"
"The whole girls can get an education but really we just want you to marry the first idiot RM who comes along and have as many babies as soon as possible thing. Obviously boys are worth more than girls. I remember thinking, "what is…"
"WOW!! I just read your exit story and it sounds eerily like mine. I used to question everything all the time. None of what they taught me made sense to me.. Even when I married in the temple, I didn't believe anything they…"
"Micah my story isn't typical from most exmo's. I married in the temple at 23 and after I'd been inactive since I went to college. Under slight pressure from my parents I married someone I grew up with who was a RM TBM-or…"
"It certainly is! I just always feltI could never measure up so I just stopped trying. Honestly even as a very young teenger I didn't really believe. I just went along because that's what my parents taught me was…"
"I was inactive off and on since I was 18. MArried in the temple at 23, divorced at 29 and never went back. But I still believed in the back of my head till 2004 when I stumbled on exmormon.org. I was in shell shock sort of for a…"