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Recovering from Religion Peer Support and Discussion Group
Local Meetup Group: Web page: Learning to live after questioning, doubting, or changing beliefs is a journey. Recovering from Religion is a national network of support groups designed to connect you with support, resources, community, and hope. We respect and honor the faith journey of every participant. We will remain neutral on the subject of religion and provide a safe, non-judgmental, confidential space for sharing and exploration with peers. Topics may include: --> Feelings of loss or grief about your beliefs or religious community --> A sense of betrayal about what you were taught to believe --> Lingering fear or doubt about leaving your religion --> Managing relationships with people in your life who still believe --> Anger about being manipulated, coerced, or held back by your previous beliefs or religious community --> Letting go of feelings like shame or guilt --> Opportunities for education and personal growth --> Success in meeting personal goals and sources of happiness and comfort --> Coming Out --> Coping with grief, loss, and mortality without religion --> Seeking meaning and purpose in secular life Hosted by the Humanist Chaplain at the University of Central Florida, this group is free and open to the public. This is a peer discussion only, not a therapy group.

Innovative Center

3280 Progress Drive, Suite 100 · Orlando, FL

What we're about

This group is for atheists, agnostics, free thinkers, people questioning their religious beliefs, and anyone with a critical thinking mind who would like to socialize around Florida, mainly in Orlando, on a regular basis with like minded people.

This group welcomes people of all ages, backgrounds, politics and philosophies, we encourage free thoughts and open conversations. The main aim of this group is for rational thinkers to get together, and know how we feel about organized religion but want to have fun away from it too. This fun can be anything that people are interested in socially, activities. We encourage you to post as many meetups as you feel would spark interest.

There are no paid member dues, any donations towards costs of administrations are completely voluntary, any extra funds are used to promote the group, thankyou and welcome!

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