Religion change by marriage

@palina77 (1178)
United States
September 21, 2007 9:22am CST
If my daughter change religion by marriage what is my fault and why I will be blamed by our religious leaders? My daughter is adult and can choice her life by her own. What you is opinion - is there any fault of mine?
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@lecanis (16739)
• Murfreesboro, Tennessee
21 Sep 07
Wow, I think it's ridiculous that your religious leaders would blame you for something like this. Any choice that your child makes as an adult is just that, their choice. There isn't anything you could have done to stop her. Especially when it comes to matters of love like that, if she were willing to change her religion for marriage then there isn't anything you could have said or done to change her mind. Of course, I don't actually agree with changing your religion just because you get married. I am married to someone of a religion other than my own, and we are perfectly happy keeping it that way without either of us converting. I'm sorry to hear that your daughter felt she had to change her religion for her partner.
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@palina77 (1178)
• United States
26 Jan 08
Thanks for your nice comment, but in this world many men many minds, so there would have different type of people so what to do - who is owner of life he or she would settle how to lead his/her life this my saying now.
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@babykay (2133)
• Ireland
27 Jan 08
just one question - if you are 27 years old how come your daughter is an adult?
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@Lydia1901 (16354)
• United States
12 Jan 08
Off course not, Palina. You are right, your daughter is an adult and she can pretty much do whatever she wants. You shouldn't be blamed for her decisions at all.
@palina77 (1178)
• United States
26 Jan 08
Many thanks - I am feeling now free for your comments.
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• United States
6 Feb 08
any choice that your child makes about his/her religion is their choice, and only they can be held responsible for it since religion is a personal choice