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Family Matters: relating to friends and family after leaving faith

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  • Phoenix Public Market

    14 E pierce
    Just east of Central Ave.
    Phoenix, AZ (map)

    33.455588 -112.073633

  • We'll have a table or, preferably, a booth, if available. Please ask for RR at the front desk.
  • Open to the public!

    This month's (suggested) topic:

    Are interactions with family and friends awkward or painful? Let's discuss how to approach questions and comments respectfully in ways that build relationships up stronger, even if you disagree on faith.

    This is our monthly meeting at which you can share your stories and hear stories from others who are just like you.

    We don't allow preaching. This is about your personal journey and how you're living it.

    We'll talk about mostly anything that is of a concern for you. We have a few basic topics, but we're not limited to the following:

    How has religion hurt you?

    How has religion hurt someone you love or is close to you?

    How has your life improved since letting go of religion?

    We encourage you to support the business at which we are meeting by purchasing something, but that's not required.

    We hope to see you there!


    NEW LOCATION! The Cafe is just off Central on Pierce. There is free covered public parking on the West-side of the cafe.


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  • MAK

    For the past two or three months i have been busy and unable to attend. As for problems with the family, no issues but i have not told anyone i am not a theist anymore (ten years), but no one hassles me over not attending rituals, celebrations etc. But then i have been a non-conformist all my life so maybe they take it as part of my routine.

    1 · September 1, 2014

    • Chris

      Glad to hear you're doing alright. We'll see you around when you have the time. Thanks for checking in, MAK.

      September 1, 2014


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