- Schedule time to talk to your parents. This is important. Let them know that there is something serious you would like to discuss with them, and ask them what day/time will they be able to chat with you. This is not a conversation you want to have as your parents are working, expecting important phone calls, etc.
- When the scheduled time comes, try not to be too serious. Let them casually know that you spent a lot of time thinking about religious paths, and that you've been doing a lot of reading. The hardest part of the conversation will be when you tell them you're deciding to reject the religion they chose for you. Do this gently. Remember, your parents are of that religion, so you must be respectful of that.
- Then, dispel any misinformation on witchcraft and Wicca. Let them know that you are not part of a cult, you don't worship the devil, and you don't practice animal sacrifice. Believe me, this is exactly what will be running through their heads. Try to emphasize all the positives of your religion: its respect for nature, the rule of 3, etc.
- Lastly, invite your parents to ask you questions about Wicca. And, if you feel comfortable, invite them to observe your workings.
Your parents will most probably not understand at first. They may be angry. Give it time. Be open about it. They will eventually realizing that you're are neither doing harm to yourself or others.
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