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Strength

If you spend most of your days exercising your fear instead of exercising your faith, then of course your fear will be stronger!

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Farm-Girl. Chemist. Dentist. Author. Passionate about family, science, teeth, and helping others. In 2002, Dr. K. L. Register graduated from Valdosta State University in Valdosta, Georgia with a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Chemistry. In 2008, she graduated from The Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia with a Professional Degree in Dentistry. She practiced dentistry in Atlanta, Georgia prior to moving to Savannah, Georgia. She has practiced dentistry in the Savannah area for the past 8 years. Dr. Register is a member of the American Dental Association, Georgia Dental Association, and Southeast District Dental Society. She hates to cook, loves to write, and wouldn't know what she would do without an active internet connection. Click here to check out her inspirational book "Everyday Isn't Perfect": http://amzn.com/B01GNLNQ28. She wrote "Everyday Isn't Perfect" as well as started "The Ninth Life" to put something positive into the world. She wanted to help make a difference!

6 thoughts on “Strength

  1. Truer words were never spoken. If we can make a habit out of facing our fears than instead of being hidden behind insecurities we can flourish into our own people! The greatest minds in history were not afraid. They all persevered through adversity and or indifference and into our hearts, and of course, the history books.

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