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Some couples decide to live together without legal remarriage or religious rites. When annulments are granted, even over objections of a former spouse and children, they may be deeply wounded at the invali- 22 OVERVIEW dation of their prior family life and legitimacy. It is crucial to explore such conflict-laden religious issues. Parent–Child Relationships A growing number of studies find that parent–child relationships benefit from spiritual resources. Consonant with the “lived experience” of religion and spirituality, when parents are congruent in transmitting and following their spiritual values in family life and interactions with their children— practicing and parenting what they preach—and when they engage in meaningful spiritual practices together, children are more likely to internalize similar beliefs and practices, to find them to be a resource, and to feel more positive about their relationships (Marks, 2004).
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