DiscoverRelationship Advice190: Religion and Your Relationship
190: Religion and Your Relationship

190: Religion and Your Relationship

Update: 2019-03-204
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Are you religious and your partner is not? Maybe the other way around? The landscape is changing and you don't have to share your partner's religion or be religious at all. Listen to today's episode and learn how to navigate religion in your relationship. It will be valuable whether you're an atheist or a devout follower!

In this episode we discuss relationship advice topics that include:

  • The debate around interfaith marriages
  • How religion can become irrelevant in your relationship 
  • The control issues surrounding religion in your relationship
  • Tolerating the differences between you and your partner
  • Raising kids with religious compromises between you and your partner
  • And much more!

Steven Ing is reframing an important conversation in society one about the intelligent management of human sexuality. He is a sought-after trainer, speaker and therapist, bringing nearly three decades of experience to his audiences and clients. His book, We’re All Like This” (2015, Giant Publishing), is used as a text in Human Sexuality classes in university classrooms.

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Joseph Wells

thanks for this episode. my wife and I were strong Christians when we got married 13 years ago. I became an atheist and it's hard. I worry about my short life and want to grow and try new things. it unnerves my wife.

Apr 6th
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190: Religion and Your Relationship

190: Religion and Your Relationship

Chase & Sarah Kosterlitz