Oh, well, in that case, I lived most of my life, so far, in the very heart of deceit and evil, even Salt Lake City.Korihor wrote:More of a where do you live? Not where are you this precise moment.
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Now this is where I'm gonna have a problem. Here's the deal,... I was raised in the Mormon Corridor (Salt Lake City, to be specific). With the exception for a few years living in the Bay area racing sail boats, I have lived in Utah all my life. I'm a few months shy of my 70th birthday and my wife an...
- Tue Oct 18, 2016 8:03 pm
- Forum: Support
- Topic: Welcome NOM refugees to NOM 2.0
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Hey...Alas, they even let me back. You're in deep trouble now. (grin).alas wrote:I guess I should chime in on this tread too. Thank you to the great guys who set up our new home. I was about to have to steal "lost's" user name cause I felt so lost.
At least you were able to graduate from the "short-bus" school. Me, they just waited until I was too big to fit in the desks, and then they told me to quit coming.moksha wrote:Missed you Zadok. This is one more place we can be special outside that remedial classroom back in school.
- Tue Oct 18, 2016 9:46 am
- Forum: Mixed Faith Relationships
- Topic: What I wish I would have done differently
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I believe that showing an increased commitment to the marriage is key. Throwing a religion like Mormonism out of your life is a huge step and undertaking. It is only natural for a spouse to wonder if perhaps you would do the same thing with your marriage. Changing views on Mormonism must be separate...
I am so glad to be allowed back on the new NOM forum. I'll even promise to behave for a few moments. Reddit is fun but it moves too fast. Topics don't hang around long enough to receive enough consideration by the minds and view points of all the potential posters. NOM is a special place, filled wit...