Reading the story of this so called therapist is just like reading the msm news paper, half truths if not out right lies.
Is this guy preying on Mormon women or what?
In the first place any one who is brought up in a false Church will come to be a mixed up creature and some one who joins the same is most likely a little nutty to begin with.
Now why would a life long Mormon come up with this kind of a story if he really believed in his Church?
If he don,t believe in it and what he said is true instead of only half truth why would,nt he get the hell out of it?
Now i could pretend to believe what he says if i wanted to say ( See i knew that Mormon Church was evil ) but under the circumstances how could any one with half a mind believe what he says.
I lived in the Mormon community for years and was even married to a woman who became a Mormon and believe it or not the Mormon women want to rule the roost just as much or more than women from other denominations and my wife is not the only one i got this opinion from.
The difference is of course when the Mormon leaders teach something they teach it in a more serious way that does not sound like an Alice in wonder land tale which you can take it or leave it, truth or not.
If people take anything serious it is bound to have a different affect than things given with a shrug of the shoulders attitude as in many Churches.
Needless to say a false religion taken seriously will have a negative affect.
I have a nephew who was brought up in the Mormon Church, after he grew up and started reading the Bible for him self he publicly denounced the Church and left it, i was right proud of him, but i am not proud of any traitor as this guy who treated his wife like a second hand citizen for years and now is blaming the church.
Maybe part guilt for his own actions but i would suspect more financial.
I would think that people in a true Church would not have as many problems as those in a false Church but i do not know because i have saw very few that seemed to be teaching the doctrine of Christ but the ones i saw impressed me.
As far as false Churches go it would appear that the ones who took the doctrine the most serious would be where we would find the most depressed people.
Wonder what the out come if some therapist come up with the same kind of story but just change it from a Mormon to another denomination, might be interesting but it would still be half truths if not out right lies.
Well; now I am confused.
Just WHICH things are lies and WHICH are merely half-truths?
You CANNOT just layout a claim like this and then not tell the jurors what you are talking about; as they'll begin to ignore you.
Please a show at least a little bit of discernment prior to exporting your underconsidered opinions to the world.
I mean, these articles are not done "expose'" style of the person behind the study...therefore, are you really claiming that Mormon church-owned media outlets are highlighting somebody who is "preying on Mormon women?"
FYI to you: Both KSL -- and the Deseret News --
--both media outlets being owned by the Mormon church ...
--both highlighted this study (For the DesNews piece, see: UVU professor's study puts focus on LDS women and depression)...
Can I assume that you are no longer married to this MORMON woman?