I asked my grandma for NOW 16 one year for Christmas and strategically opened it so my parents didn’t see (I wasn’t really allowed to listen to music that wasn’t Christian), and promptly took it downstairs and hid it in my bag. I was forced to go to church on Top There’s No USPS Without US Shirt. Went to Christian schools until 8th grade. After I started public school in 9th grade, I went into a very rebellious stage. Sneaking out constantly, grounded all the time, cops calling my parents in the middle of the night to pick me up multiple times after being busted at parties, etc. They used to threaten to send me away, but never did. I stopped going to church when I hit 17/18 and they saw they couldn’t really force me to go anymore.
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Likewise. You’re not alone. I’m in my thirties but that sheltered heavy evangelical upbringing traumatized me. I’m still processing it. Much love, brother. My parents brought me up in a Top There’s No USPS Without US Shirt, but I can only picture my parents giving my brother and I a stern look until my dad bumps into a stripper and the whole strip club goes up in gunfire, and my dad starts to smirk…causing my mom to laugh. They tried really hard to discipline us according to their convictions, but when something was funny it kind of ruined their efforts. It taught me that I could believe in God, and not be perfect. There was relevance in God AND comedy.
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