Carolyn Hax: Losing her religion after mom questions her nonbelief

Hello, Carolyn: My husband and I were both raised in the same religion, which for various reasons we have not chosen to continue as adults. In my household growing up, we were not exceptionally observant, but my mother has grown more devout over the years. She continually asks whether I’ve done this or that observance, none of which I’ve participated in for 20 years. Read full article >>
 
Carolyn Hax
 
 
Losing her religion after mom questions her nonbelief
Hello, Carolyn: My husband and I were both raised in the same religion, which for various reasons we have not chosen to continue as adults. In my household growing up, we were not exceptionally observant, but my mother has grown more devout over the years. She continually asks whether I’ve done this or that observance, none of which I’ve participated in for 20 years.
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