We have had challenges to face; but have discussed them in depth. The religious issues especially became apparent while planning our wedding. (The rules and guidelines were very frustrating.) We had issues about rites of passage with my religion after our son was born. (Catholicism) It made us think about what we wanted to teach our child. We now teach him about morals, being kind to others, believing in God, (in a general sense - until he gets older), and choices and decisions that apply to being a loving and charitable person. Actually - for me - it has made me question my religion; which seems to exclude people in many ways. I have been researching other religions; but still feel comfortable with what I was taught while growing up.
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