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originally posted by: kaylaluv
It is not going to do a damn bit of good to talk to the relative. She is going to have the attitude that it is her home and she can talk about whatever she wants - and in a way, she is right.
I agree with the advice of talking with your child and explaining how you feel about religion. Make sure and remind the child not to be rude to the relative, or say "my mom says you are wrong". That will just cause unneeded tension while you are still there.
Once you are out of there, maintain a strong distance from this relative and your child will soon forget about it. Then when your child is older, they can make their own decisions about religion.
originally posted by: mamabeth
a reply to: Psychonautics
In my house, you live by my rules and if you don't like my rules and abide by them,there's
the door plain and simple.