|Parents Beyond Belief blog - The Relief of Unbelief|
It's one thing to be open about one's beliefs as a regular person, but being open as a parent can be a bit more daunting. This mom talks about her thoughts on this.
"It took a little longer to accept that my honesty might make others uncomfortable, and for it to be okay. I finally realized I would do more harm to my daughter by hiding who I was than by showing her my confidence."
Although I now identify with the above sentiment, it took me a while to get there. What does everyone else think?