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Rapanut, Diana Mae D.

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Religious conflicts in family

Conflict can happen when family members have different views or beliefs that clash.

Sometimes conflict can occur when people misunderstand each other and jump to the wrong

conclusion. Issues of conflict that are not resolved peacefully can lead to arguments and

resentment. It is normal to disagree with each other from time to time. Occasional conflict is part

of family life. However, ongoing conflict can be stressful and damaging to relationships. Some

people find it difficult to manage their feelings and become intentionally hurtful, aggressive or

even violent. Communicating in a positive way can help reduce conflict so that family members

can reach a peaceful resolution. This usually means that everyone agrees to a compromise or agree

or to disagree. Sometimes, strong emotions or the power imbalances that can be present in

relationships are difficult to resolve and can only be addressed in a counselling situation.

A family which God is the foundation is very inspiring one. But if one day that religion

can be a cause to your family conflicts? Based on my experienced, as abeliever or a christian i

have a lot of things to give up just to follow God. Even my family and relatives are not supporting

the church I am attenmding , yes we are all christian but we are not in one church. They never

want me to go in the church i am attending ,the reason that they want me to go in their church but

i dont want to go in their. I always heard a lot of arguements, and most specially those words

that makes me cry and it hurts my feeling so much. Until then I make the most hurtful

deciosion which is to leave the church that I make as my second home, even it hur t me so

much to leave those people I already treat as my brother and sister in christ, just to finished

the argument between me my family and even my relative. Until now I am still adjusting
Rapanut, Diana Mae D.
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to the way they are praising , praying and worshipping..But then i realized that no one could

ever made my decision on what or where i want to go, because God has given me the freedom

to choose were do I want to go and what ever I want to make. Until I talk to my parents and

explain what I feel and they understand what I feel and they allow with open heart to go me back

in the church and even my brother is one us now, and I dont even hear something from my

relatives. Through prayers with him and a lot of tears , all of that is very worth it.

Its not all about on how you please someone just to make them happy, a true believer is not

about religion its all about on how you are a trully follower of God. Even you are not in one

churches or religion its not just the only reason to argue with each other but you need to understand

each other also, because anyone of us created to have our freedom to choose on what we wanted

to do. Each person has the innate right to evolve their own beliefs about God, worship, good and

evil, messiahs and prophets, sin, the origin of the universe, the Earth, and life; heaven and Hell;

Satan and angels; death and an afterlife. Family adults are responsible for encouraging their kids

to form their own beliefs ("faith") over time.

Disagreements over "religion" (beliefs, practices, holy book, God, language) are values conflicts.

They are not subject to logic or reasoning, and are resolved differently than disputes over provable

"facts," natural laws, and physical things.

One of the most lesson I learned is if you are a family and you know God, no matter what religion

you have or you are in one chuches or not dont let that it can ruin the strong family foundation

you have but you need to understand one another.