I think we need to separate some of the issues.
Mind Control shows its ugly face when we still fall for the BS. But if you are reading their material or sitting in a meeting and can see through it the mind control is broken. Blondie's "Things you won't hear. . . " WT meeting notes can be a huge help in learning to see through the BS.
Fear is a part of the way they controlled your mind. So if you are still living in fear of the elders or of how your family will react then there is a degree of control but that doesn't mean they are controlling your mind. That is control of emotions -- using fear to control behavior.
Anger is a part of the recovery process. We should be angry at how we were manipulated into handing over our lives for a false dream. We have every right to be angry. But we also need to use that anger to move us forward in a constructive way (going back to school, doing some of the things that we were forbidden to do like celebrating holidays without guilt, etc.) not destructive (hurting ourselves through substance abuse, or hurting others).
We need to find ways to celebrate our freedom, notice the small changes, like doing something for the first time without fear or guilt, and forgive ourselves for not realizing that we were in a cult sooner. Be kind to yourself. It isn't easy7 to leave. There are often many sacrifices we must make like leaving family behind, being branded an apostate, or giving up dear friends. When we see ourselves doing those things then you are free.
That isn't to say new issues won't come up sometimes. They will. We read something or hear some news, or find out a family member got married or died and no one told us. But that doesn't mean we are still in bondage. It's just one more layer of recovery we must go through. And let me tell you it really does get easier.