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Tips for how to approach the high holidays with your interfaith family . Hint: communication is key.
Professional view from a former outreach worker on the issues faced by parents of children who are about to intermarry.
A professional view from a clinical social worker who discusses the religious decision-making process for interfaith parents who are going to have a child.
A professional advice about marriage and how after the glitz and glamour of the wedding, being married will be like a new show–painful and awkward at first. The author also suggests several books about how to make a good marriage.
A social worker’s advice on how to address important issues in interfaith families and when important decisions need to be made.
A social worker?s advice on what parent?s should expect from children raised in an interfaith family during their teenage years, and how to deal with the religious issues that may arise.
A social worker explains how being the child of an interfaith marriage can affect a young adult entering college and gives advice to parents on how to deal with the issues that may arise.
Professional advice to interdating couples:? be sure to have those difficult discussions about family, religion, culture, and expectations for the future before you marry. Article gives?some suggestions of important information to share with