Out of Mormonism: A Woman's True Story - Study Guide Chapters 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter eleven, Judy struggled with her body garment—it was difficult to get on and crumpled up, making life very uncomfortable. The garment was to be next to their skin at all times. Judy became very depressed and fatigued. After being checked out by her physician, he recommended she see a psychiatrist. She was reluctant to do so because she knew she couldn't tell anyone what was bothering her, but she was so depressed that she made an appointment. However, when she got there she froze and could not continue the sessions. Judy went through the motions of being a Mormon woman, wearing a mask-like smile on her face, repressing her real feelings.

Jim secured property for the church on Zion Road, which the elders thought was by divine providence. The church office in Salt Lake City provided the precise architectural...

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