I, as an atheist enjoy that we have religious people here. It is as challenging for religious people to accept atheism (of others) as it is challenging for atheist to accept religion. I'm not just talking about tolerance but understanding and empathy. In practice that means, if someone gives you (or a third person) an advice, nevermind if it's to pray, or to talk to your parents, or to a priest or to meditate or to clean your chakra, or to do something that is supposed to be scientifical proven - don't judge! The person is trying to help. And isn't it possible that a religious person can help an atheist? Anyway there isn't the perfect advice that works 100% and is just to be done the same way by everybody.