Recovering From Religion

When people in the U.S. turn away from Christianity, they often find themselves rejected by friends and co-workers, and sometimes even by members of their own families. Some have even been dis-owned, divorced, or had custody of their children taken away. Many also have to go through a long process of psychological adjustment, not only to changes in their personal lives, but also to their new view of the society around them. For people in these situations, help is available on the Recovering from Religion website and also in the many local support groups that this organization has established. Everyone is welcome regardless of their former religious affiliation or the stage of their effort to escape from it, including those who are just beginning to have doubts.

Troy Moss