The most painful experience?

by Mickey mouse 15 Replies latest jw friends

  • lola28

    It was painful but there are worse things, take my word for it.

  • llbh

    I found it very liberating in the end, though having close family members still in comlpicates things a bit

    Regards David

  • Quentin

    What happened was the painful part...leaving was easy...walked one chasing after me...walked out, never went I said the painful part was what lead up to that...

  • DaCheech

    I have no pain.

    but, I'm married for approx 15 years, and have a couple of kids.

    my pain might come in the future when the shit hits the fan.

    I have time to be mentally prepared: thanks to YOU guys here

  • Quirky1

    Leaving was painless but there was a period of lonelyness due to the social structure being interrupted. Then I felt liberated and made some liberating decisions that I would not have done as a JW. I feel the real pain has yet to come forth. I have a JW wife still in and as each day passes I see sorrow on her face and hear it in her voice. I can clearly see she is unhappy because she doesn't have a spiritual partner. I am almost to the point of calling and end to it. I am contemplating it right now. This is not a good time.

  • parakeet

    As difficult as leaving the dubs was, being a dub was even more difficult, especially since I hated every aspect of it. All that time wasted in doing absolutely pointless nothings.

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