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When I think of the word sisterhood I am reminded of my mother and her small circle of friends They have literally mastered the art of building a strong relationship. They have been friends for over 40 years and counting and ​I love that even though they aren't together 24/7, they are still inseparable. If they ever had an argument or a disagreement I never knew. 

How amazing is that? In these days one slight argument or disagreement. can create a huge show for social media sites between the best of friends. I always say everyone is so mature until it's time to communicate or apologize

Over the years I have learned a lot about friendships and relationships that you create with people. I have been taking notes, learning daily by each encounter I've made with people. Rather it's good or bad, I definitely learned something from it.

Building a sisterhood can be challenging but I've seen it done. 

Everyone needs someone, so find yours and love them hard. I would love to share some tips on building sisterhood.

Behind every successful woman is a tribe of women who have her back

1. Be open to other women. Be open to learning who they are
2. No judgement
3. Hold each other accountable 
4. Allow them to have an opinion, even if you don't agree with it.
5. Don't throw shade or sneak diss them
6. Don't assassinate their character 
7. Listen
8. Be respectful 
9. Don't go off what others say about a person
10. Be supportive 


I know there are a lot of sisters out there building, so I hope these tips can bless you. 

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Sisterhood Should Always Be About Lifting Up, Not putting Down

Posted Nov 27, 2017
By Rochele Jones