Roxanne channelPosted on 2019 October
And you used to do that back when you lived in your hometown, Vancouver. But what ultimately led to the complete ostracization was the fact that people became aware that I was having doubts about the faith. But there were things along the way that started to, like, bother me and that started to feel wrong - things that I hadn't seen before.
And now, when my son died, which was obviously even more difficult than a father dying, yeah, I didn't - I wasn't - I had nothing to fall back on. So what that effectively meant was that you lost your contact with your entire community - including your own family. And ultimately, that - thinking about it, I decided that part of that would be that I wanted to have a child. Not everyone goes to China to be a missionary and is married to an elder.