It's been a long time since I attended, but I understand that many of you still go to the Kingdom Hall for your various reasons.
A huge thing that helped me in my mentally breaking from their beliefs was to stop using their terms that put you, virtually automatically, into their thought mode.
Using terms like "the Truth," JW's feel special about themselves and this helps them separate themselves from "the world." By incorporating loaded language, JW's learn NOT TO THINK, but merely to memorize words and phrases instead of analyzing a situation.
The reasons someone misses meetings is because they are "spiritually weak." They might be involved in "worldly thinking."
New choices of words should not be so obvious that the people around you question you on them. If you lack a new term for something, try just saying it out totally for what it really is- example could be "field service" changed to "magazine distribution work." (Because "recruiting" is over-the-top to say to their faces, but it is my preferred term for that work.) The work of recruiting can be referred to as "door-to-door canvasing."
One of the biggest ones that helped me was to never address people as "Brother Smith" or "Sister Jones." Instead I said "Tom" or "Sue."
Instead of "The Faithful and Discreet Slave," I said "Those still alive that partake at the Memorial."
Instead of "privileges in the congregation," I say "work assignments."
Instead of "Jehovah," you might say "God."
"Worldly" is simply replaced by "Not one of Jehovah's Witnesses."
"The Truth" is one you can have so much fun with, replacing it in various terms like "The beliefs of Jehovah's Witnesses" or "Watchtower current teachings" or so many others. But abandoning "the truth" will really help you.
Soon, you will be able to think past such thought-stopping terms like "Wait on Jehovah." You might automatically replace that with "Wait until Watchtower covers the subject in a new video."
Others are welcome to post on this thread any terms they use or would like to use.