Why do religious parents tend to act in cruel ways when their children choose a path
or a lifestyle which is VASTLY different than theirs? Why do religious parents feel that their children must also be religious, even to the point of coercing them to remain in the family's faith?
Obviously the writer does not like religious people.
I don't see it that way, but, when someone is well grounded in their Christian faith, it helps them cope and keeps them from doing the wrong thing and in consequence, from ruining their lives. Naturally, we want whats best for our children and are disappointed when their lived become a mesd
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