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Read books, be up-to-date on current events, know how to tell a good story, know something about sports (better yet, play one), listen to music that isn’t on the radio, watch movies that play in only a handful of theaters. It is very possibly that you meet someone you like who is a very religious person. And, yes, maybe it’ll be a barrier you can’t overcome. Moral of the story: You don’t automatically have to set your dating website search filters on “atheist” only.

One such resource is Hemant Mehta’s book, “The Young Atheist’s Survival Guide.” Mehta, an atheist activist, author, and blogger, outlines the problems young atheists sometimes face, inspiring his readers with a handful of successful survival stories, as well as with tips on how to handle life as a young atheist.

We’re going to take a look at some lessons we can learn from his words.

Some may make light of the challenges of youth, but navigating ever-changing social norms while doing your homework on time and dealing with that giant bag of crazy we call “growing up,” isn’t exactly the easiest thing in the world.

But when you’re a young atheist in a religious family—or community—things can be a lot harder.

If you are, let an authority know, and you’ll be cared for.

Because so many young atheists are silent about their non-faith, it can seem like you’re the only one. There are many out there like you, and with a little effort, you can find them.

They’ll see that you’re an atheist, yet you’re not fitting any of their negative, preconceived notions of what an atheist is.

After all, the more people know about atheism, the less likely they are to be prejudiced and afraid around those who do not subscribe to any religion.

It’s entirely possible that nothing may change—they may love and accept you just as much as they ever did.

This, in fact, is the behavior that most faiths’ sacred texts encourage.

It is important, though, that you speak up if and when the opportunity arises.