I wrote Being Delilah to attach a name and face for every woman who's ashamed of her past, maybe present. Our behaviors were introduced to us from someone somewhere. At the end of the day, we’re deserving of respect whether we work as a CEO, housewife, or exotic dancer. It’s about vulnerability and self-reflection, God can turn your trash (sins) into treasure.

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