I was raised a JW and was baptized when I was 9. My husband was a JW and an elder for over 15 years. After we resigned in 1983, we lost our older daughter to this cult for 10 years, and after continuous efforts to communicate failed, I decided to rejoin and become a member once again only to be able to communicate and show her the organizational cult-like errors. This was a journey that took 2 years. I wrote a book about my experience, and it is available on Google. The title is: "GOING UNDERCOVER...To Rescue My Daughter, From The Cult Of Jehovah's Witnesses" You can reach me by e-mail at [email protected]