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GoodGirl

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    nonbelieving Ex-Conservative C trying to find my place in the world.

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  • Still have any Gods? If so, who or what?
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  1. Thank you, Snotpin, interesting read! I also live in a European, secular state. In one way I guess it is easier to deconvert here than in the US. There are a lot of people around you to get support and sympathy from. Problem is, not many people outside of the Christan "enclaves" understand what it is like to live as a fundamental Christian, in contrast to "the world". They also tend to think that once you're deconverted, you're just like "everybody else". But moral values and so on tend to be the same, or a bit unclear. So you get a feeling of being stuck in the middle. So more chance of general support, less chance of real understanding.
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