Allyson I'm sure that you have had to struggle already with your determination to assert your identity. You have found some comfort in the teachings of JWs and on top of that you have found them to be good company.
For all the appearances of that religion they only want to convert people to their beliefs because that is their validation of being right in a world which disagrees with them.
Most of us here were either born into JWs or became one and all of us here agree that their teachings and methods are wrong at best and hurtful even lethal at worst. (Their rule denying blood transfusions for example). Their promises sound appealing but are unattainable; paradise is a utopian dream.
You will never find genuine appreciation or endorsement of your particular situation from JWs who are all screwed up by blind loyalty to their chosen group.
I suggest for what it's worth that you re-think the company you are relying on for your validation and peace of mind.
Instead; be yourself--you will never be allowed to do that if you become a JW.