Posting anonymously 'cause I have real-life friends on here who just wouldn't understand...
I've recently found the Wiccan path. I've collected books on the subject for decades, moved 5 times, put them out on my bookshelves, but never read them. Last year, during a rough patch, I started to read them. I felt like... Well, there're no words to decribe it. For those of you ON the path, I guess you know.
I took about a month to tell my hubby. He's not really religious, but was raised Christian. He teased me a little ("Can I tell people I'm married to a witch? haha") but then he saw how serious I was & he backed off. "I'll never participate, but okay."
Now my daughter is interested. I want her to find her own path, so I've given her a few of my books to read, to decide for sure. Issue? I don't want her to get the same disappointed vibe off of hubby that *I* feel. AND I don't want him thinking I "converted" her. Any advice?
Asked by Anonymous at 1:54 AM on Aug. 18, 2010 in Religion & Beliefs
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