Indianapolis, INUSA 46201
April 20, 2011
When I left Catholicism and then realized I was an atheist, I knew I couldn't make the transition alone. I had been a non-believer as a late teen /early adult, and felt the pressure of being seen as bad, or merely rebellious, because I didn't think like my family. It was hard, at that time, to understand myself and what I was doing apart from others' labels. This time, with adult resources and a group who face the same labels, it's become easy to notice when the believers start manipulating, and to define myself, instead of letting others define me.
I'm a psychotherapist; love gardening, crafting, my family and my work.