#1 Be Patient with Your Journey from Mormonism
As you journey out of Mormonism, be patient with yourself. You’ve come a long way and God will see you through.
#2 The Six Stages of Grief in a Faith Transition
Navigating a faith transition can feel a lot like going through the stages of grief – but there is hope at the end of the road.
#3 Dealing with Anger After Mormonism
Anger is a normal feeling, but if it is not surrendered to the Holy Spirit, it can have destructive effects in our lives.
#4 Overcoming Fear and Regret After Mormonism
People transitioning out of Mormonism face certain typical fears and regrets. God can be trusted with these challenges.
#5 Gaining Assurance After Mormonism
In place of fear and guilt, you can know with assurance that you are accepted by God.
#6 How Your Extended Family with Respond to Your Faith Transition
In most cases, your extended family members care about you and want the best, even though they may feel unsupportive or may not understand your transition.
#7 Telling Others When You Leave Mormonism
As you leave Mormonism, a time comes when you need to tell others. That can be a challenging moment, but it may not be as hard as you think.
#8 Learning Tact in Talking to Mormons
Our attitude toward Mormonism and Mormons needs to model grace and love.
#9 Feeling Shunned After Leaving Mormonism
Even though you may experience rejection and alienation when you leave Mormonism, God promises new and better relationships for those who follow him.
#10 Dealing with Toxic People
When people oppose your decision to leave Mormonism in demeaning, controlling, or manipulative ways, you must set firm boundaries.