My sister died in 1973, mother fell for their lies when they told her she would see her daughter in 1975, she converted in 1974. I was 4 years old at the time of my sister's death.
Born in, Convert or 1975er?
Dragged in, my mum became a JW late 70s when I was just starting school
I would say I am a 75er as i was drafted into it as a kid in 1972
My parents weren't officially baptized JWs 'til after all us kids had grown up and moved out. But we were definitely raised with this crap. The bound Botchtower books in my parents bookcase start at 1960. That's when my older brother was born.
1975 was a rough time for the family as my maternal grandmother was very ill and then later passed away. Armageddon's imminent arrival was overshadowed in our family by this terrible time for us. I was 11-12 in 1975.
Born into the hell known jwism
Born in. 3rd generation.
Walked out for good mid-2009 after more than 4 decades.
My sister died in 1973, mother fell for their lies when they told her she would see her daughter in 1975, she converted in 1974. I was 4 years old at the time of my sister's death._______Tameria2001
" But why do the witnesses call repeatedly even at homes of people who do not share there faith ?
People themselves change; serious problems in life may stimulate an awareness of spiritual need."________Reasoning book page 206
Even if there is nothin' wrong in your life, jus' bein' nice to witnesses could cause you trouble
Witnesses roll like a flock of Buzzards. they circle 'round until your to weak to fight, then go in for the kill
that's how they recruit
The truth is , I don't know of anybody who has a pet Buzzard
why??? Those birds will tear the flesh off you. And that's what the Jehovah's Witnesses do to your life
tear it all to pieces
Born in, in the early 1950's. So, my kids were born in too, they left in their teens, and were never baptised, thank goodness. My wife was born in around the same time, her siblings were too of course, their kids heve left or were never in. My wife left just before I did, by a few days.
How anybody falls for it now, with the Internet, is beyond me. I think they only have success with the vulnerable, misfits, and the slightly loony these days.
Born-in, 1968, escapee, 2004
I was six when my parents became jw's 1969 - so i guess I'm a born-in
In 1975 I was 12, never thought I'd go to highschool.
Stepped down in '95