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Get Out From Among Them

Hello Sisters,

Happy Sunday to y'all. We have just a Sunday till the third Women of the God Kind Conference, 2018- INTIMATE. If you haven't made your reservation via registration, kindly do so now on the blog (it's FREEE).

I feel led to share with you today on 'peer pressure'. Sounds cliche and teen related, yeah. But the truth is peer pressure never ends when we attain adulthood, it is something that continues as long as we have people around us. As difficult as you might want to accept this truth, in my own view, I strongly believe handling peer pressure isn't difficult.

It takes wisdom and being truthful to yourself. Why should the people around you become a thorn in your flesh when you can always pull back. I have tried this severally and it works. I have had friends tell me they observed I pulled away from them. I do that because I discover that we are no longer compatible.

If you are not truthful to yourself about that toxic relationship, you are definitely going to be a victim of peer pressure. Likewise, if you do not take the right step (pulling back), you cannot escape its sting. Do not be scared to pull away from them, yes, you will miss the gist, the hangouts, the gossips and them, but you just have to be truthful to yourself.

Do not allow yourself to be stuck in the web of peer pressure. You have the right to make friendship and pull away (even if it is not included in the constitution). Sis, you need to pull away. You can't be like them because you are different. If they are not comfortable with your style, leave. Don't let them make you who you are not. Evil Communication corrupts good manners.

Perhaps, you have a benefit you're scared of loosing, rest in this, as long as it's the right thing, My God will take care of you. You won't fail that course, you won't starve, you won't look tattered, you're gonna be just fine. Trust me.

When two people that do not agree walk together, there will be peer pressure. When two people of different orientations work together, there will be peer pressure. Keep being the 'good girl' you are (and aspiring to be). Walk with like-minds, there is always someone like you and even better than you. not be in the peer pressure gang!

God bless you richly.
Your Sis


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