Are you available if I need to talk to someone?

All are welcome to email John directly at mormonstories@gmail.com. He will do his best to answer. 

Much Love,

The Mormon Stories Team

4 comments for “Are you available if I need to talk to someone?

  1. Ryan
    July 15, 2013 at 9:49 pm

    Who do I talk to? I know I am not alone but how do I find people like myself? So many questions. It would be nice to be able to talk about issues without being judge or frowned at.
    Ryan

  2. jay
    April 20, 2015 at 1:05 am

    Hi John, have you ever heard of the story Melvin Fish? He would be an amazing interview. Was excommunicated in 2012 for accusations of priestcraft being used in his private counseling practice. This man is in his early 80s, resides in southern Utah with his wonderful wife Gwena. I have met them both and can honestly say they are the most Christlike people I have ever met. Dr. Fish is also the author of several self-help books which are controversial but have been extremely helpful to me and many others. I believe his story is worth sharing and many would benefit from hearing his story. I believe cruel details regarding his church court can be found online. His works can be found at http://www.drmfish.com

    Jay

  3. Sarah Bartholomew
    March 7, 2016 at 12:19 pm

    I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart. For the past year I had been struggling with my testimony and in December it spiraled into a full blown faith crisis. I stumbled on to your podcast and it has helped me through the anger and frustration. Hearing people’s stories that are similar to mine has helped me get through this awful experience. Thank you thank you thank you.
    Sarah Bartholomew

  4. Not Prepared Yet
    September 30, 2016 at 9:45 am

    Ok, I’m looking for some help but I’m not sure I’m in the right place. My wife is leaving the church, we have two perfect children. I am staying in the church come hell or high water. I am fairly liberal minded compared to the main stream, but still I have had stake callings and leadership callings and I tow the line.

    Nevertheless, my instinct is that I want to leave the marriage. If we didn’t have kids I would be gone for sure. I love my wife but I’m overwhelmed with the urge to leave. We haven’t really discussed things ever. Mainly because I don’t think our marriage will survive the discussion. I have been resigned to believe that I will leave her sooner or later. Hopefully, later for the sake of the kids.

    So why am I here? I have seen some people here say they are staying LDS and they survived their spouse leaving. I want to believe that those people are truly staying LDS and truly able to work out this problem that I am facing. Are those people here? Or is this a place just for people who have left and/or are leaving?

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