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12-24-2012, 02:45 AM
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CriminallyVu1gar
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I think, since you initially outlined the question as getting out of church rather than getting out of a belief set, that perhaps outlining that you don't need church to have beliefs might work in your favor.

I don't know that I know enough about where you're coming from or where you're headed to say though.


I went through a similar dilemma when I went off to college, and the distance and simply not being home helped keep the church visits at bay. My parents, mainly my mother, were pretty respectful and cognizant of the fact that I had become an adult, but unfortunately not all parents are that way. I find certain church services entertaining and at times endearing, even though they do nothing for me in terms of religious beliefs. The lit candles on Christmas are quite nice.

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