Teaching lds youth about dating
That takes so much courage especially when you have 6 children.I imagine there were times when you said to yourself, “what the heck am I doing?
Second, I find it difficult to believe 5 bishops told you to stay in a miserable marriage.They are all God’s creatures and deserve respect and to be shown some human decency.Tobin I appreciate you sharing your heart-felt story.And if you believe in God and the teachings of the gospel, the best way to express that is to show compassion and kindness to everyone – in or out of the church.And it doesn’t matter if they have never been Mormon, just left Mormonism five seconds ago, or are from Mars.William Johnson (admin) on Saturday, July 2nd, 2011 at am in Home Making Leader, Mormon Mother, Mormon Primary Presidency, Mormon Primary Teacher, Nursery, Relief Society Instructor, Uncategorized, Visiting Teaching Coordinator, Young Womens Advisor, Young Womens Teacher Congrats Heather for having the courage to leave both an unhappy marriage and the LDS Church.
We are coerced as human beings to comply with our tribe’s expectations and it looks as though you did a good job.
I have no problem with that, but if you are such an avid believer in the LDS religion, why are you on this site? Why would anyone want to go back to the LDS church who have left for more self righteous people to judge them. It sounds like you’ve gone through quite a rough patch in your life. If you are mormon and a christian, the best approach would be to show some understanding.
There is a God but not in the LDS church that isn’t about God at all but about Joseph Smith and the traditions and commandments of men. At least, I as a mormon, feel that is the best course.
That I didn’t need to endure a horrible marriage to get me to salvation. I found Jeff through an exmormon message board (exmo-social.com).
That I only have one shot at this thing and I was blowing it. He was going through a divorce at the same time so we became friends quickly.
I feel much the same way you did and am in a marriage that has no happy ending.