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If a child (teenager or older) chooses to observe mitzvot differently than their parents, does a parent have a right to try to persuade them otherwise? Where is the line? What if the child wants to observe tzniut (modesty) or a level of kashrut (dietary laws) with more stringency?

Click here for a(n) Orthodox answer by Rabbi Sanford Shudnow
Click here for a(n) Conservative answer by Rabbi Dr. Michael Leo Samuel
Click here for a(n) Reform answer by Rabbi John Sherwood, Deceased (z"l)