Rebels are often individuals who so despise rules and authority that they cross all boundaries and throw off all restrictions. Such rebellion arises because rebels pride themselves upon going their own way. Individualism is the oft-repeated rationale for what they do. However independent they may appear, rebels are nonetheless dedicated to certain rules of rebellious living. These patterns of behavior always prove painful for rebels who persist in them.
Author: Jeff Farnham | Pages: 237 | Chapters: 16 | Format: Paperback