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Healthy Relationships: Black Sheep of the Family

Being the black sheep of the family (even when you’re white – LOL) is never easy. For a season of my adult life when I was going through growing pains I was deemed a religious fanatic when I “found God” and started reading my Bible. Later in life I dropped the infamous distinction and regained my status.

Yet in various circles (professionally and socially) sometimes we get branded badly by those we choose not to conform to. Nevertheless we can keep a positive attitude and pure heart through it all. The truth always outlives a lie and integrity never fails.

Keep your head up, love unconditionally, and be merciful toward your judgmental critics.  You never know, if you win them over, they could just become your greatest supporters one day!

www.PaulFDavis.com – worldwide speaker and author of Healthy Relationships and Empowering & Liberating Women

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