Strategy

Once you no longer believe Jehovah’s Witnesses teachings, or decide you do not want to be one of Jehovah’s Witnesses anymore, it is essential you take time to decide your next steps. It is natural to want to tell others how you feel, or about information you have found, but the consequences can be drastic and cause life long damage. Please take time to look through this section to understand what will happen if you tell others you no longer believe, and options on how to leave.

Are Jehovah’s Witnesses A Cult?

Are Jehovah’s Witnesses A Cult? 7 Min Read Time It is counter-productive to tell anyone they are in a cult and Jehovah's Witnesses reject such a notion. “Cult  1: a religion regarded as unorthodox or spurious …  3: a system of religious beliefs” ...

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Meeting With Elders

Meeting With Elders 6 Min Read Time It is never a good thing to receive a request to meet with Elders. The best that can happen is the status quo; that is, things just stay the same as they are. All other outcomes will be worse, ranging from being marked to being...

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How to Make Friends

Key to a plan to fade away from Jehovah’s Witnesses is a support group; friends that are not Jehovah’s Witnesses, but Jehovah’s Witnesses face the hurdle to making new friends of not having things in common with people. Find out how to go about making new friends.
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A Therapist’s Guide on Jehovah’s Witnesses

A Therapist’s Guide on Jehovah’s Witnesses 20 Min Read Time This section is designed to assist a therapist whose client reveals having current or past involvement with Jehovah’s Witnesses. A common complaint from former Jehovah’s Witnesses seeking professional...

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Does Money Bring Happiness?

Does Money Bring Happiness? 5 Min Read Time The topic of money and happiness is important for Jehovah’s Witnesses, as Watchtower frequently discusses this correlation. A realistic understanding of finance is important due to the effect money has on stress and...

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Should I Leave Home?

Should I Leave Home? 7 Min Read Time “I am a Jehovah’s Witness teenager stuck living at home. I can't bear this religion. What can I do?” This question appears regularly on forums and in emails sent to sites about Jehovah’s Witnesses. In fact, this question led to the...

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Safety on the Internet

Whilst it is important to take care to avoid Internet scams and predators, there are additional factors you need to consider if you are having doubts as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
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Helping Jehovah’s Witness Family Leave

Helping Jehovah’s Witness Family Leave 5 Min Read Time When you first find information disproving Watchtower teachings, you will be eager to share it with your family, thinking it obvious they too will accept the volumes of proof Jehovah’s Witnesses are not the...

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Can you convince your parents their religion is wrong?

Can you convince your parents their religion is wrong? 2 Min Read Time It is frustrating to be raised as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses when you know it is not the truth. If you could prove that to your parents, they would leave and life would be better for everyone. Not...

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Cognitive Dissonance

Cognitive Dissonance 3 Min Read Time You may have found information that convinces you Watchtower is not the truth, yet when you discuss it with family or friends, they dismiss it as unimportant. They may even become angry and attack you and your motives. The reason...

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