After having spent years as one of Jehovah's Witnesses
I must admit that one of the most difficult issues that I
have had to face was the loss of close friends.
To a certain degree one of the things I miss the most
was the social interaction with the "brothers." How does
a person go from having all Jehovah's Witness friends
one day and then have absolutely no one to call a friend
the next day?
Going back to the Organization
A person would have to be insane to even consider
the remote possibility to go back to the organization;
after having done a historical background check on
the Watchtower Society. It crossed my mind once or
twice but I could never seriously entertain such
Picking up the Pieces
What drove me out of the organization in the first
place was the Watchtower Society's fiasco with the
United Nations. I felt I had no choice but to pack my
bags after months of research concerning this issue.
However, I now have a new set of problems with which
to deal with outside of my nice, cozy structured life and
that is learning how to deal with it all.
Asking for a Helping Hand
After observing this site in silence for months, it occurred
to me that there must be individuals who have suffered
the serious set backs of loneliness after having left the
"Watchtower World." I would really be interested to find
out how you have dealt with this issue of isolation?
Can anyone, give me advice regarding getting my life
back to normal outside of the"Watchtower World." I would
certainly be grateful.