Only one so far: my soon-to-be-nineteen year old daughter. I did not approach her with the information; instead she found certain documents in my computer. I did tell her of my investigation, but also explained that I would continue to love and support her no matter what she decided. It took awhile, but soon she began asking the same questions I did, and she figured it out for herself. I was just there for her when this happened, and gave her permission to ask these questions and say what she really thought.
I would like to help many, many more, but I know this is difficult. I intend to create my own little website one day soon. The idea? Just to lay my story out there and perhaps include a few essays I've written--as well as those of others, with their permission. It will be something to the effect of...
"To my dear family and many friends I associated with while one of Jehovah's Witnesses. I love you. I know it's difficult to believe the Watchtower Society isn't what it claims to be, but that's exactly what I'm telling you. I know you may never read this--and may never be willing to consider the information on this site--but if you ever do, I'll be here. And if the questions that used to nag at me finally arise within you, just call. You will have a loving, caring person who has already gone through this process, and, unlike me, you'll have someone you know to talk to about it."
The internet has proven to be an effective tool at disseminating the truth and reaching people. It will continue to be, and I'm confident that over the years lots and lots of our friends and family members will figure it out too.
Here's to that time!