When is the right time to try and tell your spouse, friend, or other family member about you have learned?  In what way should you tell them? How much? These questions have plagued me…

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2 Comments on When is the right time to tell someone your struggle

  1. serein says:

    it think u tell when u r absolutly sure of all things,for instence i told an elder i dint want to go anymore after months of thinking about it struggling with what i now know and with what to do for my best interest,i decided jehovah came befor an organisation and so i desided to leave it, i told my children snipets all through the first year of my fade, so they new i was searching all ready,i did make a mistake with one of my sons by telling him to much and he got mad so i should have just left it and just told him small amounts gradualy. but when he questioned me i just blurted it all out what i thought was wrong with jws and why i dont want to go anymore,


  2. bruceguth says:

    If it is something that seems like a “scourging” that you may receive in today’s church, for speaking up over your (and our) struggle, just recall the following words first. You will know when the time is rightto speak.

    Matthew 10:16-22, (in part):

    “Look! I am sending you forth as sheep amidst wolves; therefore prove yourselves cautious as serpents and yet innocent as doves. Be on your guard against men; for they will…scourge you in their synagogues. …However, when they deliver you up do not become anxious about how or what you are to speak; for what you are to speak will be given you in that hour; for the ones speaking are not just you, but it is the spirit of your Father that speaks by you. …”


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