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Significant cultural differences can complicate a marriage, even when a couple is sincerely in love.
Neither response yields the desired affect that would bring a child to maturity in her decision making capacity.
Thus, the Bible warns, “Watch over your heart with all diligence, for from it the springs of life.” —Proverbs Another factor that contributes to the complexity of this situation is the parental and teenage/young adult relationship.
When parents see their children heading in a direction that could have devastating affects, it is easy for the protective parental instinct to engage with a desire to “rescue” the child—regardless of whether the child is of age and capable of making life-choices.
SYNOPSIS For many years, members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) have practiced what they call “friendshipping.” This coined word describes the attitude that Mormons are told to have in their relationships with less active members or those who have no connection whatsoever to the LDS Church.
By going out of their way to do kind gestures, Mormons hope to present a positive image of their church and possibly entice friends and neighbors to enter into the missionary lessons.