Hi there. Sorry for the emotional angst you are going through. It is certainly something that anyone who has ever been in or around the cult can relate to....
I was raised a witness up until I was 16, never was baptized, and now that I have my own child now I am having a REALLY hard time with wanting her to know what religion is.
I have thought about this, based on my own experiences. Why not just start by taking your child on the internet or to churches and showing them what various denominations claim and believe? Education is the antidote to superstition. Be there to filter out any wild claims that religions tend to make...
I'm really feeling alot of confusion and guilt cause I just don't know what to believe.
And I hope that your confusion clears up as well. Might I suggest researching not only the religions, but their sources as well? If education is good for your children, it certainly is good for you as well.
Guilt is one of the things that happens most often, and I wish it could be done away with. I wouldn't presume to know the particular triggers for your guilt in your case, but in general, many who examine their faith with a critical eye feel this way simply because they have been told that to do so is wrong. That a lack of "faith" is wrong.
What is wrong is an effort to control you through guilt so you can examine the claims and see whether or not they are so. The results of your research may produce other emotions, but it is doubtful guilt will be among them.
I am scared to learn another religion just because I was brought up that if you did that, thats the ultimate sin that is unforgivable.
I understand this, as this is how it was put to me too. This idea is simply to control you. The GB knows that they can't follow you everywhere, so like the ancient trible of Afrca who had to appease "the gods" or fear divine retribution (through naturally occuring weather cycles) you have been asked to appease the WT god through not investigating for yourself their claims. They are taking advantage of fear. It has worked with you so far.
Of course, not one of the things the WT has said has come true. That is precisely why they don't want you to learn what other religions (or for that matter, what atheists/agnostics/spiritualists) have to say.
Ultimately, you are in charge of you. That is another thing that religion doesn't like, but happily, that does approximate the truth. You can either make the decision to act and know these things yourself, or make the decision to accept another form of religion that you don't choose to research. But that decision will always be within your power to make.
I wish you much peace on your journey.