It is hard to leave Jehovah’s Witnesses, not only because you lose your friends and family to the organization, but because you face many fears, doubts, and confusing thoughts as you work to reevaluate everything you had been taught as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
The loss of this spiritual identity can be one of the hardest aspects of leaving to overcome.
Here are a few suggestions: The best place to go to find Ex-Jehovah’s Witnesses in your area is the Ex-Jehovah’s Witness Meetup website.
There you will be able to enter your zipcode to see a list of Ex-Jehovah’s Witness Meetup groups in your area.
So, we highly recommend that you continue in your pursuit to find others who have been where you are and who understand what you are going through.
How can I meet other Ex-Jehovah’s Witnesses in my area who understand what I am going through?
” OUR RESPONSE: Dear friend, You must feel so lonely.
Members of the sect in Germany prefer to pair off their children within the faith community, and regional congresses make for prime matchmaking territory. Her hair is delicately pinned up, arranged in bud-like clusters. " Melanie, 17, was baptized as a Jehovah's Witness at 14.
Like thousands of others, she has come to Dortmund with her family -- all of them strict believers, all of them dressed up for the special day -- for the annual North Rhine-Westfalia convention of Jehovah's Witnesses.