Born to Be

Book Review: What does it mean to be a black sheep? by Kristina Gallo

This book appealed to me straight away, due to its aspirations to help people.

Blacksheep, outcast, dunce, unwanted, loner and weirdo.  Name tags that hurt and prevent us from growing into strong, beautiful people.  I called myself dunce for a long time, nearly 40 years, actually.  It is liberating to come out from underneath the labels that either we put on ourselves, or others heap on us.

Kristina’s book addresses people who find themselves on the outside, not part of the in-crowd.  She shows examples and gives extremely helpful, and thoughtful advice.  Her desire to help other people shines through on every page.

This is a short novella/advice book, and is, therefore, a quick and easy read.  However, English is not Kristina’s first language so please be lenient with the grammar.

Looking for inspiration to move forward in your life?  Then give this book a quick read, you won’t regret it.

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