Recently my meat-eater husband and I had a discussion (or argument, rather) about raising future children. He is quite supportive of my recent decision to become vegetarian, but stubbornly insists that he will NEVER become a vegetarian. When I expressed my wish to raise future children as vegetarians, he became very argumentative, saying that he would let our kids eat meat "if they so chose to do so". Has anyone experienced a similar situation with their spouse, and if so how did you handle it? This is a major concern for me and it is very frustrating, especially when my husband knows my reasons for becoming vegetarian, yet continues to eat meat and sees no problem with it. I'm also curious as to how to handle kids' questions about "why Daddy eats meat?" when the time comes. Any advice would be appreciated!!!
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