SEPARATING FAMILIES IS WHAT THE ORGANIZATION IS GOOD AT, BUT WE CAN SEE IT IS BACKFIRING ON THEM, I AM SURE THERE ARE MORE LEAVING THAN COMING IN , IF THE FACTS BE KNOWN.
Losing a loved one is like losing one in death, it is heartbreaking to say the least. I was experiencing chronic depression for 10 years when I lost my daughter to this CULT.
My choice was to rejoin, and become a member again, so I could communicate with her, show her their cult-like errors and expose her elder husband as a child molester. It took two years, but it was worth it.
I realize not everyone is in the position to go that far, but I had a lot of help and encouragement from my other daughter.
There are different ways to deal with this kind of loss, and each individual needs to deal with it that is best for them. But it does get better than worse. With all the expose' about Jehovah's Witnesses now in the news media, it will help the members be able to see they are in a cult.
It also helps a great deal too when a member is personally affected by their own body of elders, when they are unjustly treated, then their eyes will be opened. This happens more times than not.
With you in spirit.....hopie