Where do you stand?

by vikesgirl101 24 Replies latest jw friends

  • vikesgirl101

    Hi guys! I love reading everybody's posts on here. It's neat to see where the journey has taken them. Because I am essentially new here, I want to know more about you all. Are you disfellowshipped, disassociated, or just strayed away? What is your story?

  • leavingwt

    DA'd myself in April 2008.

    A link to my letter is in my profile.

  • JeffT

    I suppose the JW's think I'm disassociated, but I don't care what they think. I officially withdrew my declaration that I was a JW in March 1989 because I do not believe that JW's teach the truth of the Bible.

  • drwtsn32

    Stopped going to meetings in the fall of 2002. I have not been DA'd or DF'd.

  • rockmehardplace

    i'm on a covert operation. i am still in and to mostly everyone but my wife, i am doing fairly well. however, i know this is not for me and just stuck right now on getting out. till then, i am behind enemy lines.

  • darth frosty
    darth frosty

    If they want me come and get me. Just stopped going and they know better than to ask why.

  • blondie

    Stopped going to meetings (conventions/assemblies/funerals) in May 2002.

  • truthseekeriam

    I'm new here as well. Were inactive and most likely on our way to a fade. Just can't get past the molestation of our child and the way we have been treated since. Not to mention all this other stuff I'm learning on these forums.

  • wobble

    I am not DF'd or DA'd.(still have large family in so don't want to be) I walked away in the spring of last year,one meeting after the memorial, because I had come to the conclusion that the GB/FDS were taking the place of Jesus, in a way that is blasphemous.

    I since have learned a lot more, and now realise they, the WTB$ never had "The Truth" to teach, were never approved by God and are just a silly, mind controlling, cult.



  • mindmelda

    Stopped attending meetings regularly about 10 years ago, along with field service. The last three years, I quit going to the Memorial. I was baptized at 16, didn't know what was going on, decided as an adult that I didn't agree with a good deal of it.

    I've never been disfellowshipped or disassociated.

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