Well My story goes like this, While I was depressed in highschool because of this screen name, they came to my door, got my mom back in the truth and I had to go along with her just to not get her mad. Then all of a sudden I had a bible study even though I said no, because I thought JW religion was about choosing if you wanted to be one or not. Instead It was forced upon me so I just went along with it to make people happy. So every week after I was tired from school, I had to go study these dumb books, and underline. I had to study with these people who only said
I know you would make a great JW, Jah is watching over your family and helping you. Jah is doing this for you, Jah is sharing his holy spirit, Increase your Meeting attendance and Jah will help you, Join the Ministry School and jah will help you.
So I did practically what they said and got soooo paranoid over if someone sees me playing videogames in the mall they would tell on me, and other crap. So for some years I did the meetings, the assemblies, the Conventions, and after a few years I just got fed up with going to college, then coming home to go to Meetings that end at such a late time, So i lost time studying for school, and time relaxing. They make it seem like if you can spend 5 hours watching TV, why can't you spend 2 hours with Jah. Yes that would be great if it wasn't on Sunday, Tuesday, thursday, and Friday for Book study. After I finished my first Book study I decided that I didn't want to study any more books, but NOOO, they suggested it to me until I couldn't give no for an answer.
After a while though, when I reached 20, I sort of looked back and figured, why should I be scared of them seeing me watch a show with magic in it or play a violent videogame. I wasn't smoking or harming myself with stuff, I just wanted to live my life. But you can't really leave the religion so easily even if you are unbaptized. Now i'm in the process of fading by depression since both my parents are sick, one recovering from a coma. So that just lead me away from the religion and focus more on taking care of my family and myself, and not on trying to look spiritual to these people I don't know or want to know. My mom still gets upset that I don't go to meetings, but I have to toughen up and say I choose not to go.
The JW religion just looks at things black and white, the grey area doesn't exist, its just covered up. Sometimes they don't understand that you can't just define a person with siding with Jehovah or siding with the Devil. They don't ever try to look at the person "sitting on the fence". Do they ever see that maybe the person is sitting on the fence because they see the JW religion just as bad as joining the devil?
If your unbaptized, don't do anything, just stay there if your forced to and wait until you can find a way out.