Indulging in something is not necessarily a bad thing. Indulging in a hefty slice of cold watermelon on a hot day, for example; or indulging in surfing the Internet when everyone including yourself can think of more "useful" things that you might be doing. Indulging in (what was I talking about?) talking about the evis of the bOrg and how our experience with it hurt is definitely necessary - up to a point. I did not mean to be critical of others, just was saying that reading or writing about such topics, for me, fairly quickly reaches the point where it is doing more harm than good, and my suggestion (pls note carefully my word choice) to all is, while let's all do as much of it as is truly necessary, let's concentrate as much as possible on more positive stuff, and work on replacing moaning over the past with joyous participation in the moment and productively working toward future goals.
Words like "indulgent" and "self-indulgent," while related to the verb "indulge," carry shades of meaning that I didn't intend. Those words are your interpolations; I don't recall having used them.
Please don't call me inconstistent because I occasionally write about my experiences, and one day yes I may write a book about them and/or the experiences of others. I would hope to thereby achieve the following goals: 1. help document the various ways in which the JW dogma and falling under the org's control harm individuals and families, and thereby society as a whole; 2. concentrate on recovery after leaving, and recount some of the paths that different people have followed, by which they have gained happiness and various kinds of success after leaving the org.
Friendship and regards,