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The full body of knowledge that comprises the Scientology religion is contained in more than forty million spoken and written words on the subject—all by L. Ron . I've been dating a woman for the past + years. Sometime after meeting her I discovered that she has been "involved" in Scientology for at. It seems there is an increased interest in date locating in the shrinking world of scientology. Perhaps they are running out of prospects.

I'm a veracious reader and I tore through over a dozen books in as many weeks. I also started researching everything I could online. I really wanted this whole thing to be a bad dream but the more I read the uglier it got. During that time I even read Dianetics! It took me several tries to get through it but in the end I managed to read it cover-to-cover. My personal library has more books than I can count, so when I say it is one of the most outrageous, eclectic PoS I've ever read that is saying something.

My girlfriend and I have had 2 major blow-up arguments.

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They both centered on us discussing her "involvement" in Scientology and the application of its tech in her job. I only attempted to have a conversation with her about this once I was confident in my ability to sense the subtle queues in her mode of conversation.

From my reading I recognized that she was attempting to apply the tech to me during the course of the argument. In the end she backed off and walked away.

Neither of us won and we didn't talk about it for a long time. The second argument was a few months ago. It was the typical type of argument that couples have when they are on completely separate pages. We could not reconcile. It got ugly and I left I mean to say I was leaving for good. A couple hours later she came over to my house, their was crying and we started to talk a bit.

I told her that in the 7 hours or so that passed since I left her house I had time to think about some things in a different light. Mainly how her involvement in the CoS bothered me. I had just finished reading "Going Clear" by Lawrence Wright. I asked her if she would read it. I expected her to reject that idea immediately, but she agreed.

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Its been well over 2 months since I gave her the "Going Clear" book and she has not yet finished it. In fact she never even talked about it after I gave it to her. I continued my ongoing quest to learn as much as I could about the CoS.

Currently we are going through a very rough patch - communication is way down, and we haven't seen much of each other lately. Its almost like we decided to take an unannounced sabbatical from each other.

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We never moved in with each other. I live 30 minutes away from her. She has kids and so do I. We are both previously divorced.

I feel like I cant win. I've decided that I can't stay in a relationship with someone that continues to support an organization as dangerous, evil, corrupt and self-serving as the CoS.

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Having said that I can't ask her to leave the CoS without her quitting her job and trying to start over somewhere else. I honestly 't think she doesn't realize what she's a part of. She was basically raised in it and I'm afraid she's in too deep to even realize or accept the fact that the CoS is as evil as it is. Neither of us won and we didn't talk about it for a long time.

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The second argument was a few months ago. It was the typical type of argument that couples have when they are on completely separate pages. We could not reconcile. It got ugly and I left I mean to say I was leaving for good. A couple hours later she came over to my house, their was crying and we started to talk a bit. I told her that in the 7 hours or so that passed since I left her house I had time to think about some things in a different light.

Mainly how her involvement in the CoS bothered me. I had just finished reading "Going Clear" by Lawrence Wright. I asked her if she would read it. I expected her to reject that idea immediately, but she agreed. Its been well over 2 months since I gave her the "Going Clear" book and she has not yet finished it. In fact she never even talked about it after I gave it to her. I continued my ongoing quest to learn as much as I could about the CoS.

Currently we are going through a very rough patch - communication is way down, and we haven't seen much of each other lately. Its almost like we decided to take an unannounced sabbatical from each other. We never moved in with each other. I live 30 minutes away from her. She has kids and so do I. We are both previously divorced. I feel like I cant win. I've decided that I can't stay in a relationship with someone that continues to support an organization as dangerous, evil, corrupt and self-serving as the CoS.

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Having said that I can't ask her to leave the CoS without her quitting her job and trying to start over somewhere else. I honestly 't think she doesn't realize what she's a part of. She was basically raised in it and I'm afraid she's in too deep to even realize or accept the fact that the CoS is as evil as it is.

One of her kids is exhibiting some typical rebellious behavior. One of the first things she did was to get her into a course. Its her default way of thinking and dealing with the world around her. She has been completely assimilated and I'm not sure how I didn't notice it earlier. Perhaps I did, I just didn't want to admit it. I'm afraid if she did agree to leave she would most likely resent me later for it and that's no way to sustain a healthy, long-term relationship.

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I'm still in love with the version of her that I knew before I discovered all of this. How concerned should I be for my own personal safety or that of my children?

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I know she has gone through auditing and takes course she recently told me she took another one. If she shared anything about me or my kids during those sessions it will be on permanent record somewhere within the archives of the CoS - I have nightmares 2.

If so how could I do it in a way that won't put her on the defensive? If I do decide to "disconnect" from her is there anything I should do to protect myself and my family?