I was born into & raised as a Mormon. I was blessed, baptized, confirmed & even married in the temple. Looking back, I never did any of it for myself. It was just what was expected of me. I have come into other beliefs since then. I'm not interested in going to church or debating my reasons. I absolutely understand thier point of view. I just don't want to be part of it anymore. I'm not having my membership removed or anything like that. I just want it understood that there is a differant path for everyone & that religion is definately not mine. They just won't understand. They don't. They can't. What can I do!Answer Question
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Answer by KristiS11384 at 8:40 AM on Oct. 4, 2008
I totally understand where you are coming from. I was raised mormon- did the whole shebang- and then I realized that I was doing it for everyone else.
My in-laws understand that I am not interested, but my family doesn't. I guess just keep repeating yourself and tell them that you aren't interested.
As for removing your name from the church- that's huge. I haven't done it yet. Sometimes I feel like I should, and at other times I feel like, what if I'm wrong? But if you are certain that Mormonism is not for you, then go ahead and remove your name.
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