I can talk with my husband about almost anything. He will listen when I talk about Dub stuff or emotions I still deal with as a result of it. He is sympathetic and supportive.
But as bad as this may sound, I feel like its very difficult for someone that didn't live through the Witness "experience" to truly comprehend the scope of it. (Not impossible, mind you, just difficult) Thus, when it comes to matters about the JWs I have one true confidante. My oldest and dearest friend - she left the dubs about the same time I did.
We supported each other, reminded each other of why we were leaving, cried and laughed our way through the years of craziness. We are still very close, although we don't feel the need for long talks about the JWs as we used to. I think this is a sign that we are healing. We were both very lucky that we had the other's support when it was most needed.