A quick google search turned up the following site, which may be of some help.
In particular, the author lists 22 positive attributes which he has noted in the cult survivors he has worked with. The following three particularly struck me in light of your post:
# Survival: Don't overlook the simple fact you survived cultic abuse with your mind and body intact. Celebrate this every day.
# Courage: This is particularly true if you walked out on your own. And it's present to the nth degree if you are an adult child of cult members. You never knew another way of life and may have lost your family and friend support network when you left. Yet you still left — and stayed out.
# Resourcefulness: Anybody who leaves a cult demonstrates a high-degree of self-reliance, resourcefulness, and independence. These strengths are strong pillars you will build a new life on.
Again, my best wishes go out to you.