I find I'm more willing to admit that I don't know the answers to every religious question, and more apt to actually do (open-minded) research to learn more.
I find myself listening to others more, and trying to be helpful in more practical ways. Without the vision of an eternal paradise on Earth distracting me, I'm more interested in making sure the homeless guy on the corner has a sandwich, not a Watchtower.
As I look over my shoulder less and less, the tension is draining away from me, and I'm happier. This manifests itself in less self-abusive behavior, such as overeating/drinking, driving way too fast, and chewing my nails to the quick.
As I've felt the sting of being shunned for being different (first by worldly people, more recently by my loving Christian brothers and sisters), I've made an effort to be less judgemental of others. I'm trying to embrace humanity as a whole, even those who aren't my same race/faith/nationality/political affiliation/age/educational level.
I don't get it right all the time, but I think I've made some progress in all these areas.