Ex mormon dating site

27-Sep-2016 00:34

I ALWAYS felt AWFUL whenever I went to church and to the temple, but could not put my ‘finger on it’…until I started my own research and then risked EVERYTHING when I left. I am interested in being in a video and having my story heard.

“I love her” is acceptable male thought-speech, but “I am in love with her” is…

I have yet to “resign” from the LDS church, mainly because I am unsure of what “proper” channels to go through…but I do consider myself an EX-MORm ON!!!

I would love to share my story if given the opportunity. It’s so refreshing to see a real-world response to the sophisticated ad campaigns of the LDS church; further proof that the internet will whittle away at such manufactured beliefs. I think an Eagle Scout would problbay know if there were frogs in Utah.

If you want to be in a video, please keep in mind the following: -We want to highlight personal struggles and success about your exit story from Mormonism.

-We are not trying to focus on doctrinal issues, although we will not shy away from them if you feel it is important to your story. What advice do you have for others going through this transition?

“I love her” is acceptable male thought-speech, but “I am in love with her” is…

I have yet to “resign” from the LDS church, mainly because I am unsure of what “proper” channels to go through…but I do consider myself an EX-MORm ON!!!

I would love to share my story if given the opportunity. It’s so refreshing to see a real-world response to the sophisticated ad campaigns of the LDS church; further proof that the internet will whittle away at such manufactured beliefs. I think an Eagle Scout would problbay know if there were frogs in Utah.

If you want to be in a video, please keep in mind the following: -We want to highlight personal struggles and success about your exit story from Mormonism.

-We are not trying to focus on doctrinal issues, although we will not shy away from them if you feel it is important to your story. What advice do you have for others going through this transition?

As a Mormon you are taught to be terrified of leaving, but that is such a smokescreen. The community of ex-Mormons is nothing like I expected — I didn’t know what to expect, didn’t know there was such a community — here I am with STRANGERS who have gone through the same kind of pain that I experienced, in my most isolated silence. Although I was born and raised in Pennsylvania, I come from a long line of Mormon ancestry. I have written a paper on my leaving the church for a college class, and am trying to get it published to help others that are trying to leave.