Post-Mormon Mette: Without Fear

When I was Mormon, I believed that my faith protected me against all sorts of fears. One of the primary fears was loss of my children to death, but I was also afraid of more pedestrian things: losing my house, getting fired from my job, friends deciding they hated me. And then there were the existential fears like nuclear war and the end of all life on earth, or just not being “good enough” in school or in life,. Finally, there was…

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Author of The Bishop’s Wife mystery series, Princeton PhD, triathlete, mother of six, autist, Mormonish, she/her

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Mette Harrison

Mette Harrison

Author of The Bishop’s Wife mystery series, Princeton PhD, triathlete, mother of six, autist, Mormonish, she/her

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