At this point, I guess I would encourage you to continue with WW but try fitting vegan into their framework. Use the accountability of their weekly weigh in and guidelines for portion sizes until you get used to it. If it works out for you anything like it worked out for me, you'll eventually be able to leave the nonsense behind too.
Trying on vegetarianism was in the back of my mind for a long time, my only regret is that I waited so long to pull the plug. The Vegans have had it all along and I'm so glad they were there when I was ready. We can't simultaneously torture animals, destroy our planet and bring optimum health to ourselves. All things are connected.
Also, as a long term WW member, I am someone that weighed her chicken breast with relative regularity for the last 11 years. People are not the only species that has gotten obese over this time. Chickens have too. Back when I started, I used to cut off a bite or two to get my chicken breast down to the 3 or 4 oz size. Now I can't remember the last time I saw a chicken breast that small. I believe every last ugly, awful, miserable story about factory farming. I don't need to see it with my own eyes, I saw it on my own plate.
I'm sorry on this website to see people talking about their eating disorders and such. It's unfortunate because I would tell anyone with a totally straight face that an excellent vegan diet has solved my lifelong eating disorders.
We as a society need to get out of this horrible box we're in. Vegan is about as far out of the box as you can get.
Some resources I like:www.pcrm.org
Cooking Light Magazine, zoom in on the vegan stuff
Eating Well Magazine, ~~~ read between the lines ~~~
Any of the Fit for Life books by Harvey Diamond
Eat Drink and Be Healthy by Walter Willett
Food Politics by Marion Nestle
Diet for a New America by John Robbins
Fast Food Nation by ? sorry