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Delisha Easley Abstinence Expert Not Everyone is Having Sex

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Delisha Easley is known as the "abstinence expert" Easley is breaking the myth surrounding sex and young adults. Easley is becoming the voice of abstinence in the 21st century as an author, speaker and life coach. She not only speaks on the importance of abstaining from sex, but as well as drugs and alcohol. Easley travels the world professing that abstinence is not dead, but very much alive and needs to be encouraged by more leaders. Easley has partnered with various organizations, churches, and community leaders  in an effort to not silence the importance of "Total Abstinence," as Easley likes to call it! July 20, 1983, in the thriving metropolis of Atlanta, GA, a beautiful baby girl was born to Dexter and Barbara Easley.  Her name was Delisha. Being the daughter of two pastors, she learned very quickly the need for serving people and helping them to be all they can be.  She began to travel on mission trips to places such as Guatemala, Mexico, France, and England at the tender age of 12 and went on to receive her Bachelors of Science in Special Education from Oral Roberts University. Delisha knew she was destined for a life-time of servant-leadership. Delisha soon achieved a Masters in Psychology as well as completing training in order to become a certified life coach.  She was featured in Gospel Today magazine as a topic of interest. Delisha is brimming with passion for her generation, especially women from their adolescence into their early adulthood. Because of this passion, she launched her own life coaching business called Destiny Lived Everyday Unlimited, LLC (DLE Unlimited) in Spring 2011. Her heart’s desire is to share her life experience, coupled with her education, to help influence other young people to achieve their own dreams and fulfill their purposes. www.delishaeasley.com

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