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  • Beneath stereotypes, a stressful life for preachers’ kids

    May 10 2013 by Daniel Burke, Religion News Service | with 0 comments
    Beneath stereotypes, a stressful life for preachers’ kids

    Beneath the stereotypes of preacher’s kids as either goody two-shoes or devilish hellions lies a tense and sometimes taxing reality, the children of clergy say. Studies show that many PK’s, as the lingo goes, struggle with issues of identity, privacy and morality. There’s even a support group, Preacher’s Kids International, dedicated to the “celebration and recovery of those who grew up in the parsonage.”

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