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Celebrity's candid confession on jealousy and her relationship with God goes viral on YouTube

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Sadie Robertson, of Duck Dynasty, takes off all her makeup to show young girls it's OK to not be perfect.

Duck Dynasty's Sadie Robertson's YouTube video went viral after she discussed her personal struggles and relationship with God.

span style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">MUNTINLUPA, PHILIPPINES (Catholic Online) - The star of the reality series "Duck Dynasty" and runner-up of the "Dancing with the Stars Season 10" wore no makeup and candidly went on sharing with her fans how Biblical lessons have helped her shape and build up her confidence. She started the short video explaining what she saw as people constantly compared themselves with others and wanted to help by "hitting them with reality."

"I am five-foot seven-inches, I weigh 122 pounds, I wear a size 26 in jeans - a small or a medium top. I wear a size two in a dress, and I eat all the time. I'm not toned. I don't have abs," she said, defining herself before admitting she, too, struggles with jealousy.

Robertson explained she also struggles on comparing herself with other people and has been hard on herself because of the constant worry as she picks out flaws whenever she looks in a mirror. Her worries led her to open up and she discovered that it helps her with jealousy.

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Last year, Robertson decided to publicly speak out about confidence to fulfill her dreams to help others, especially young women, live as the people they are and not always wanting to be someone else. Recognizing how the Bible referred to jealousy as cancer to the bones, she said that contentment will come if the person will allow God to enter his/her life.

"I'm not saying that's what you have to believe, but I'm saying that's the best option I've ever found. Humans have never given me a better comfort zone than what God can give me," she said. 


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