Hello everyone. I'm probably a bit of an anomaly on here. I met Mikeutah and his lovely wife on an exmormon forum almost two years ago now, and we've kept in touch via email and Facebook since. …Continue
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"Sounds like a perfect excuse for you to either start inviting him over to your place to play games, or (gasp) find a place where you can go out for a beer and chat. She doesn't want you to talk about it in her house? …"
"In reference to the OP:
I've been through a lot of crazy stuff in the name of the LDS Church in my life. Half of it, I'm pretty sure people don't believe me if I tell them.
The final straw, though, was being in the CA Bay…"
Parenting after Mormonism presents both unique challenges and opportunities. Our default upbringing may no longer match how we want to raise our kids. Supporting and learning from each other we can rise to the challenge.See More
Thanks for being the sort of sensible person who realizes that there's always more to the story. That just made my day. You have no idea how often I clash with people over that sort of thing. ;)"
"That guilt is the clincher for me. It'll be interesting to see what happens when we no longer live with my in-laws, and have such intense pressure hanging around.
For me, personally, there is an increasing difference between my public faith,…"
"In all fairness with your first two points: Neither of those stances were unique to church members. If you're going to be upset with them, *all* faiths of the time are toast. The Mormon faith was nowhere near as brutal as Catholicism or some…"
"Flat Lander's right, however the Republican party wasn't founded until 1857, after the Whig party dissolved. Many Mormon women supported Republicans because of suffrage. I've also heard people claim before(but don't have a…"