Admin Emeritus (retired)
Mick, what I meant by worked is that I had wins and got something out of it (dia/scio), that my life improved because of it.
But I also agree with that just growing up and maturing had a lot to do with it, and I did get into Scientology quite young.
Than you for the gracious answer - I had a question and I do not want to come across as argumentative or disagreeing with your post...
you said "My life improved because of it" -could you be more specific? Not in any way to identify yourself of course, just what the improvement was and how you tie scientology to it.
What I am trying to do (just to be transparent) is find out whether it was just the act of doing something for yourself and to better yourself that caused you to do better or something specific that you did in Scientology. For a lot of people - myself included - the first action I ever took n the "improve myself" arena was Scientology. So from a state of total young man confusion with no idea where I was going I got into "improving myself" and I did get better.
After I got out of Scientology I was comparing notes with friends who had not gotten into Scientology but had done other things. Lo and behold - same deal.