Man, 61, Las Cruces,
I'm a scientist by training and have worked in higher education for my whole career. I was an evangelical christian for most of my life until, maybe 10 years ago, I started to be honest about my doubts. Eventually, I realized my professed faith didn't fit me at all, that deep down I don't believe our hearts are evil, and that I don't think any divine being is there to "make everything right" in the end. Now the journey is discovering what it means to be human. Freedom on an often lonely path.
I'm single now, having divorced a little over a year ago. I have three kids, one older & married and two hs aged still at home and living with me half time.