I have just recently let my wife know of my non-belief. I didn't realize how most of the church was bullshit until this year. I have 4 kids that are slightly aware of my fslling out as well. I am happier then I have ever been, but I am confused on a lot of different levels as well. I know that sounds weird, but it is true. I was married in 1985 in the Jordan River Temple. I love my wife, but she doesn't see it the same as I do. She still wears garments and I can't stand them for what they represent as well as how they make her look.
I am outgoing and enjoy life to the fullest! I enjoy being around people that have a positive outlook and like to have fun with what they do.
Interests and Hobbies:
I enjoy flying my Cessna 210, driving fast and traveling as often as I can. I like meeting new people and having common interests to talk about.
Anything adventurous and fun.
The God Delusion
Favorite activity after mormonism?
Enjoying a guilt free lifestyle
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Hey Moreman66, great to hear from u. wow a bit of a hard time for u right now with ur kids, thats gotta be hard having ur son just return from his mission, im sure he is still on a high and wants to convert anything that moves, give him some time to settle down. I hope ur other 3 kids come around soon, these life changes have to be hard for them, especially with u living in Utah. So r u n ur wife still together, u saif she was still struggling going back n forth, its a tough decission, but hopefully she will c thru all the BS from the church. We left 18 months ago and havent looked back for a minute, except we get crap from the TBM family. When did u leave.
Hey Moreman66, welcome to LAM, hope u enjoy it, we all have a great time. I see ur were born in 66, me too which is great, how old r ur kids and when did u leave the church. If u want add me as a friend, hanks Finally Out
Depending upon the age of your kids, you may have to cater your approach individually. For teenagers or adult kids, this blog (Preserving mixed faith relationship) may offer some helpful suggestions. My kids were all under 8 years old when we left so we didn't have to face that step much as they didn't really care. But having 9 siblings I did have to learn how to get along with a large TBM family. Good luck!