Red Alert….Security Breach

I started this blog as a place to vent, a place to connect with others going through similar things. A place where I could be me. The me who’s not afraid of what others may think of her. A place to talk about my fears and frustrations. I needed this place. Those that have not or are not going through similar circumstances cannot understand.

I recently had a breach of security. To be more exact, my mom found the blog. As you can imagine that’s not going all that well. I never intended for her to find it. I never intended for her to read my words, though I knew the possibility was there, it is the internet after all. I never meant to hurt her more than I already had by deconverting. I only meant to be me.

For now I’ve password protected most of my posts. Feel free to ask to read, I’m open to sharing my experiences with others, I just would rather my family not read. It hinders my ability to write so honestly.

If you would like the password, then you can email me at theagnosticswife[at]hotmaildotcom

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About theagnosticswife

Living in the bible belt, in middle America, with a once Christian husband who has turned Agnostic. I no longer know what I believe.
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12 Responses to Red Alert….Security Breach

  1. Michael Mock says:

    Oh, dear. Another excuse for moral panic. (Pardon the flippancy. While I’m sure they’re deadly serious to your mom, I really just can’t take her concerns seriously.)

    I’m sorry for you, though, because I’m sure that means more family drama, and another upset in a relationship that you’d like to keep as warm and loving as possible. I don’t suppose there’s any chance that your mother could be persuaded to close her eyes, turn her back on the blog, and never speak of this again, could she? Hang in there, and… be clear about your boundaries, I guess?

    If you or your husband want to chat, you know where to find me. Otherwise, I’ll assume that – reading habits aside – this is basically none of my business. Take care, though, okay?

  2. D'Ma says:

    Oh no! The Tour Guide just said to me yesterday, “You know your blog isn’t really very anonymous, don’t you?” I asked him why he thought that(although I knew this already, really, I’ve plaster our pics on there). He said that anybody would know that’s me because of my stories.

    I guess that’s a bridge I’ll have to cross at some point, too. Someone could stumble across my blog. I just didn’t want to use my real name because then it would be all too easy for someone to just google me. Anyone, strangers or friends, could find out way too much info that way.

    Anyway, I’m sorry you’ve been compromised here. Like MM said, I’m sure that’s created all kinds of drama for you. It could be a good thing for her to read some of your posts here. She could see your transformation and, at least, maybe not be so angry with the AH? Maybe? Is that even possible? Good luck. :)

  3. Sylvia says:

    Hi. I am so sorry your mom found your blog. I really enjoy reading about your journey. I tried to send you an email at the address listed but it rejected it.

  4. graceone says:

    AW, I’m not sure if I’ve shared here before. So sorry about what you’re going through with your mom. But, probably have to agree with D”Ma.

    From my own experience, I’m a committed Christian believer, and all my children just aren’t at least at this time in their lives. But, I would much rather them tell me honestly what they’re thinking and feeling even if it causes hurt in the short term. I want a deeper relationship with them in the long term. I would never want them to feel that they couldn’t be real with me, and have to talk instead with strangers over the internet.

    Bottom line, my feeling is that I need to meet them where they’re at, and not simply drag them to where I would like them to be. Ultimately trust God.. Of course, we are all merely human, and sometimes this can be easier said than done. But, it’s certainly something to aim for IMO. Prayers that your mom will come around, and the relationship can be mended.

  5. Eldon says:

    I’m so sorry. I can appreciate your position. Having been found out and harassed is not fun at all. I hope things are resolved as peacefully as possibly.

    • theagnosticswife says:

      Look who it is! Thanks for your kind words. I hope all is well your way.

      • Eldon says:

        It is. It very much is. I’ve connected with a writers group and my home life seems to be settled for now. I know I’ve been absent from the interwebs but I assure you that I am well and fine!

      • theagnosticswife says:

        That’s excellent! Glad to hear it!

  6. Sharon Jones says:

    I would love to continue reading your blog. I have admired your courage dealing with your family through this journey.

    The email address I’m submitting is my work mail as I use this much more than my personal.

  7. Asha says:

    Coming out of the spiritual closet was hard for me too. I did so nearly 15 years ago. My mother is still coming to terms with it. When she finally backed off of me, she begin to try to reign my children in even harder. She tried to tell my children that if they stayed the night at her house on Saturday nights they HAD to go to church on Sunday. I had to put my foot down and say then they won’t sleep over on Saturday nights. Now she doesn’t try to force her faith on them. I think that was part of the reason I never took to the faith. I’m not good at being a sheep…I’m better at being the shepherd. I’m glad you stopped by my blog. I agree that it is nice to meet someone in OK that isn’t trying to smack me with their bible belt. I hope to read more of your journey. Guess I should send that email. ;)

  8. Charity says:

    Hi there, I so appreciated your most recent honest post today, and can’t wait to read more from your blog.
    I just nominated you for the Liebster Award today.


    Faith Defined: Belief that is not based on proof.

    Atheists have faith that there is no God.

    Atheists have faith that the theory of evolution is true. There is no scientific evidence to support the theory of evolution.

    Atheists have faith that there is no heaven and no hell.

    Atheists have faith that men evolved from green pond scum. There is no proof that that occurred.

    Atheist have faith in the Big Bang Theory and that it produced life. In order for atheist to believe in the Big Bang Theory they have to first have faith that someone created something to crash together. Atheist do have faith. There is no proof in The Big Bang Theory.

    Atheist have faith that when they die, they will cease to exist. There is no proof of that.

    Atheist have faith that if they reject God and His Son Jesus Christ that there will be no consequences for there unbelief. They have no proof of that.

    Atheist have faith that there is no book of life.

    Revelation 20:14-15 Then death and Hades were thrown into the lake of fire. This is the second death, the lake of fire. 15 And if anyone’s name was not fund written in the book of life, he was thrown into the lake of fire.


    Matthew 25:31-46 ….These will go away into eternal punishment, but the righteous into eternal life.”


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