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For the most part, Love Warrior is about what it took to rise out of rock bottom. She does a lot of before and after, such as this is what I used to think and this is what I think now.

There are still revealing passages of vulnerability, which I find her greatest talent, but she also writes wonderfully from a position of strength. Her metaphor of a caged cheetah is an excellent opening that sets the tone for the book and her philosophies.

As for criticisms, I will say that most of the book is probably preaching to the choir. Unlike the gritty truth of Love Warrior, I feel some of the anecdotes in here get cheesy.

All in all, I think the book succeeds as a call to action, a form of group therapy, and poignant self-reflection. View all 11 comments. Apr 08, Elyse Walters rated it it was ok.

By the end I was just glad to be DONE! She demonstrated several tim Audiobook She was down right mean, righteous at times. Does she realize that many women know who they are?

Glennon is not there yet Power to Glennon! I lost total respect!!! I appreciated a few chapters in this book She began to demand his respect and contributions to the family.

Now her kid did the dishes after dinner - she made the meal after all. I did the fricken dishes - I made the meals - I did the cleaning - Paul supported our family financially.

Hell - I made their lunches - drove them to their many activities every single day - private independent schools, music lessons, sports, dance, theater, Hebrew school, etc I was their slave and I was wrong!!!

I never taught them to sincerely value and respect Paul and I. Guess what? Both daughters are successful in the world and independent - but only one of them respects Paul and I fully and expresses it.

I felt that Glendon did have some very valuable insights into the role of parenting. I never got the impression that she respected her own parents.

She patted herself on the back about how great she was. I thought Glennon shared some useful tips about parenting from morality rather than kids accomplishments in the outside world.

Her lack of empathy and appropriate speaking skills fell apart. Glennon is a recovered alcoholic A recovered bulimic A girl who had destroyed all her relationships at one time as well.

I was incredibly embarrassed by many things she said - and the tone in which she said them. Even her words about being a feminist were cringe-shaking off the wall.

One minute she talked about nurturing relationships and the next minute she slammed any person who called her on the telephone or sent her a text message for the gall of interrupting her life.

My God then she compared the last presidential race to the apocalypse. What the hell? I think this is the last book I ever plan to read by Glennon Doyle.

Glennon Doyle is a woman who took many years to find her own voice She still has a few loose marbles about the totality of humanity There are many shades of gray.

Life is not all black or white - as Glennon would have us to believe. She was down right mean to people who asked her questions.

View all 47 comments. Jan 31, Deanna Bailey rated it really liked it. Doyle is able to write about finding and being true to yourself but is able to drop gems of information even though she comes from a place of privilege- which she acknowledges herself.

I want to give this book to every person I know to read with the hopes that they take away from it what I did which is letting down your guard, being who you want to be, and having compassion for the world.

Mar 13, Katie rated it did not like it. I wanted to like this book and I am sure for most this book is inspirational and empowering.

I agree with her core message, I just found the whole book annoying. View all 23 comments. Kelly Kelly this comment is so on point!

I love Glennon as a person and support her missions but I listened to this on audio - and I couldn't get through chapter this comment is so on point!

I love Glennon as a person and support her missions but I listened to this on audio - and I couldn't get through chapter Cindy Robinson Girl yes me too!!!

Jul 31, AM. Jun 11, Nilufer Ozmekik rated it it was ok. Did you hear choo choo sound of disappointment train! I wish I could be one of them.

I wish I could carry a happy smile after reading this memoir and clap my hands to show my devotion and respect to the author.

Nope Did you hear choo choo sound of disappointment train! Firstly: I felt like I turned myself into a Foucault Pendulum because my feelings kept swinging between love and hate.

But unfortunately negativity defeated the power of positive thoughts. The beginning of the book was so promising: Glennon is strong woman: recovered alcoholic, bulimic, humanitarian, activist, wife and mother of three falls in love.

At the first time in her life she knows the other person is the one: somebody truly stole her heart and finding your soulmate is just a start for her self-discovery and the beginning of self-journey.

At some parts way of telling her evolving life story was irritating. There are so many different approaches and so many different angles of the reality.

But I still write, express and tell how I feel. View all 17 comments. Jul 27, PM. Nilufer Ozmekik Oh, thanks Antonella! Apr 04, Heather F rated it did not like it Shelves: dnf , internet , feminism , lgbt , non-fiction , mln.

Bland White feminism, paired with self-fan fiction. View 2 comments. Mar 21, Katie Hilen rated it it was ok. The themes of honoring yourself, busting societal boundaries, and fighting inequality were appealing and honorable.

Glennon uses direct quotes to express exchanges that happened years prior. The quotes are too perfect.

Mar 14, Lisa rated it it was ok. I guess I was expecting this to be more of a memoir rather than a lecture. View all 6 comments. Mar 28, Kelly rated it did not like it.

She had me at first, with the cheetah story and being locked in cages created by those around us. How important it is to find our wild again, and let it be what dictates our choices.

But then she got into going into herself to find God, or the thing she no longer refers to as God, and letting that be what guides her decisions and she started to lose me.

I also lost count of how many times she said she was a bestselling author. It also bothered me that she essentially told us that she wrote her last book dishonestly, in order to fulfill a narrative she had in her head, a vision of how she saw her life going.

Makes me wonder how much to trust this one. A book written to be turned into Instagram quotes Did not enjoy. Do not recommend. Complete drudgery.

View all 14 comments. Angel Please don't let us see "brutiful" on any Instagram quotes Jul 19, AM. Kimberly Your heading just summed it all up perfectly Jul 29, PM.

Elitist Drivel For those looking for an old school rant review, today is your lucky day. I have so many thoughts and words floating through my head right now that I am struggling to formulate a review - which almost never happens.

In fact, speaking of "struggle Seriously though Elitist Drivel For those looking for an old school rant review, today is your lucky day.

Seriously though, she is the driver of her own self-mechanized Struggle Bus, yet acts like she has overcome monumental life suffering derived from forces outside her own damn self.

But I will come back to that. First, I want to say before I forget to do so that I was really looking forward to reading this.

The blurb sounded awesome. A former Christian mommy-blogger who reinvents herself upon meeting and falling in love with a woman? Sign me up. Because hardly anything about this book felt authentic.

In fact, this book felt like nothing more than an elitist American white woman who has never truly suffered from anything more than low self-esteem attempting to prove how "woke" she is because, hey, she's a lesbian now, yo, and just rocking life so much better than you.

For the first 50 pages, she had me totally on board and I was enjoying her story and her message. But then the completely self-righteous and yet wholly indeterminate lecturing about every buzz-word topic on the planet started.

Toxic masculinity? The dangers of technology and its effects on mindfulness? And she will tell you all about it.

Because she gets it more than you. She still adults SO much better than you. Because she trusts her "knowing. And don't get even get me started on how much she contradicts herself and makes her complete hypocrisy blatantly obvious whilst still lecturing us all on how we should be doing things.

In one chapter, she talks about how she was a "good parent" to her first daughter, but then "got tired She, of course, includes the whole conversation she later had with her son her firstborn about taking away said cell phone Because, you know, stillbetterthanyou.

And while on the topic of phones Poor Erika. I will never understand why people insist upon calling my cell phone.

It's such an aggressive action to take: calling someone. Each time my phone rings, I have a heart attack like my pocket's on fire and a tiny siren is going off.

I have no words. That quote basically encompasses so much about this woman. And she prefers texts, but doesn't answer them, because again I do what I want and refuse to be a part of your damned patriarchy.

But here is your iPad, sweetie. She is also so damned sensitive and "empathetic" that she RECENTLY became so tired, hungry, and concerned while watching Survivorman on TV that her wife had to remind her that, don't worry, he would be okay.

And I am supposed to give a fuck what this woman thinks about real world issues? I would continue to include more contradictory quotes and stories - of which there are MANY.

But I just can't be bothered to think or talk about this woman and her book one second longer. In fact, the minute I finish this review, both this book and my thoughts about it are headed for the bin.

Because I can do what I want too. View all 92 comments. I felt so alone until I read this review!! Why do I hate this book?!

Evans Be my friend. Mar 25, Brat rated it it was ok. Only rounded up for Abby. Otherwise, this is too Rachel Hollis-y for me.

Not sure where the hype for this book came from but View all 8 comments. Mar 25, Kristi rated it did not like it.

View all 4 comments. Mar 30, Jenna Polan rated it did not like it. I was really disappointed by this book, especially after seeing such great reviews everywhere.

The overview seemed promising, but I found so much of it repetitive. A lot of the shorter essays, focusing generally on injustices or world observations, ended right as they got interesting.

The broad claims about gender inequality or cultural expectations are not new or groundbreaking; I don't mean that they shouldn't be written about actually I think the exact opposite , but Doyle isn't adding any s I was really disappointed by this book, especially after seeing such great reviews everywhere.

The broad claims about gender inequality or cultural expectations are not new or groundbreaking; I don't mean that they shouldn't be written about actually I think the exact opposite , but Doyle isn't adding any substance to the discussion.

While I respect her life and the journey she took to get where she is today, the writing was not effective in conveying any meaning or weight.

I found it really annoying and self righteous. It was a struggle to finish View all 7 comments. Mar 16, Nadia rated it liked it. Firstly, the format of the book feels a bit disjointed, as if I was simply reading a bound collection of blog posts rather than a cohesive book.

After reading Love Warrior, I was interested in her story of what took place afterwards, how she was able to reconcile her faith and move forward with her life.

Readers looking for this will be left wanting and personally, I felt as though instead of reconciling her faith, she has traded it for a brand of moralistic therapeutic deism.

Much like Love Warr Firstly, the format of the book feels a bit disjointed, as if I was simply reading a bound collection of blog posts rather than a cohesive book.

Much like Love Warrior, there are clips and phrases resonate deeply within me in terms of life experience as a wife and a mother, but there are many more parts that make me feel like I am teetering on the edge of a dangerous theology of which the basis is that life is ultimately intended to be lived for oneself; that self-truth is the only thing that matters and that we must sacrifice everything and everyone for whatever we deem to be our truth at any given moment in our lives.

Her work should challenge each of us to examine what we truly believe about this life, our marriages, our faith, our relationships and our parenting.

If anything is to be gleaned from Glennon's writings, it is not that we must choose to abide by her truth, but that we each must choose by which truth we are going to abide.

Mar 17, Pocket Watch Purveyor rated it it was ok. Abysmal, smug and sanctimonious. I'm confident we'll be reading about her next divorce soon.

Apr 19, Katharine rated it it was amazing. There aren't enough words for how much I loved this book.

It was exactly what I needed during this strange time. It grounded me, brought me back to myself, and made me feel a little calmer. I hope to return to this often something I'm not very good at doing.

It was hard not to underline almost everything, and I used about a million book darts to mark passages I loved and want to remember or read again.

The whole thing felt like an overcompensation. For what? It was like during the whole book she was just trying to convince us, and herself, that she got it right this time.

Trite sayings. This book is way overblown. I think this book is more self-help than it is memoir, and the memoir parts were way more interesting.

We are all certainly confined by cultural and social values that are arbitrary. Some people are worried about getting shot by the authorities, or when they go to school.

The jargon. Omg the the metaphors and the jargon. It was all too twee and relentless. This woman sounds insufferable. Permission slips.

Your knowing. You could actually play a drinking game for every time she mentions that she wants to make a true, beautiful life. Mar 21, Kait F.

I know authors who write books like this polish up conversations that they recount in order to make them more coherent and meaningful in the rear view mirror.

But oh my god. The conversations with the authors kids, ex husband, wife, therapist, friends and family were so incredibly self aggrandizing.

Perhaps better for someone who feels stuck in life. Also I did not like the format of random short stories and vignettes.

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The beginning of the book was so promising: Glennon is strong woman: recovered alcoholic, bulimic, humanitarian, activist, wife and mother of three falls in love.

At the first time in her life she knows the other person is the one: somebody truly stole her heart and finding your soulmate is just a start for her self-discovery and the beginning of self-journey.

At some parts way of telling her evolving life story was irritating. There are so many different approaches and so many different angles of the reality.

But I still write, express and tell how I feel. View all 17 comments. Jul 27, PM. Nilufer Ozmekik Oh, thanks Antonella!

Apr 04, Heather F rated it did not like it Shelves: dnf , internet , feminism , lgbt , non-fiction , mln.

Bland White feminism, paired with self-fan fiction. View 2 comments. Mar 21, Katie Hilen rated it it was ok. The themes of honoring yourself, busting societal boundaries, and fighting inequality were appealing and honorable.

Glennon uses direct quotes to express exchanges that happened years prior. The quotes are too perfect.

Mar 14, Lisa rated it it was ok. I guess I was expecting this to be more of a memoir rather than a lecture. View all 6 comments. Mar 28, Kelly rated it did not like it.

She had me at first, with the cheetah story and being locked in cages created by those around us. How important it is to find our wild again, and let it be what dictates our choices.

But then she got into going into herself to find God, or the thing she no longer refers to as God, and letting that be what guides her decisions and she started to lose me.

I also lost count of how many times she said she was a bestselling author. It also bothered me that she essentially told us that she wrote her last book dishonestly, in order to fulfill a narrative she had in her head, a vision of how she saw her life going.

Makes me wonder how much to trust this one. A book written to be turned into Instagram quotes Did not enjoy.

Do not recommend. Complete drudgery. View all 14 comments. Angel Please don't let us see "brutiful" on any Instagram quotes Jul 19, AM.

Kimberly Your heading just summed it all up perfectly Jul 29, PM. Elitist Drivel For those looking for an old school rant review, today is your lucky day.

I have so many thoughts and words floating through my head right now that I am struggling to formulate a review - which almost never happens.

In fact, speaking of "struggle Seriously though Elitist Drivel For those looking for an old school rant review, today is your lucky day.

Seriously though, she is the driver of her own self-mechanized Struggle Bus, yet acts like she has overcome monumental life suffering derived from forces outside her own damn self.

But I will come back to that. First, I want to say before I forget to do so that I was really looking forward to reading this.

The blurb sounded awesome. A former Christian mommy-blogger who reinvents herself upon meeting and falling in love with a woman? Sign me up.

Because hardly anything about this book felt authentic. In fact, this book felt like nothing more than an elitist American white woman who has never truly suffered from anything more than low self-esteem attempting to prove how "woke" she is because, hey, she's a lesbian now, yo, and just rocking life so much better than you.

For the first 50 pages, she had me totally on board and I was enjoying her story and her message. But then the completely self-righteous and yet wholly indeterminate lecturing about every buzz-word topic on the planet started.

Toxic masculinity? The dangers of technology and its effects on mindfulness? And she will tell you all about it. Because she gets it more than you.

She still adults SO much better than you. Because she trusts her "knowing. And don't get even get me started on how much she contradicts herself and makes her complete hypocrisy blatantly obvious whilst still lecturing us all on how we should be doing things.

In one chapter, she talks about how she was a "good parent" to her first daughter, but then "got tired She, of course, includes the whole conversation she later had with her son her firstborn about taking away said cell phone Because, you know, stillbetterthanyou.

And while on the topic of phones Poor Erika. I will never understand why people insist upon calling my cell phone.

It's such an aggressive action to take: calling someone. Each time my phone rings, I have a heart attack like my pocket's on fire and a tiny siren is going off.

I have no words. That quote basically encompasses so much about this woman. And she prefers texts, but doesn't answer them, because again I do what I want and refuse to be a part of your damned patriarchy.

But here is your iPad, sweetie. She is also so damned sensitive and "empathetic" that she RECENTLY became so tired, hungry, and concerned while watching Survivorman on TV that her wife had to remind her that, don't worry, he would be okay.

And I am supposed to give a fuck what this woman thinks about real world issues? I would continue to include more contradictory quotes and stories - of which there are MANY.

But I just can't be bothered to think or talk about this woman and her book one second longer. In fact, the minute I finish this review, both this book and my thoughts about it are headed for the bin.

Because I can do what I want too. View all 92 comments. I felt so alone until I read this review!! Why do I hate this book?!

Evans Be my friend. Mar 25, Brat rated it it was ok. Only rounded up for Abby. Otherwise, this is too Rachel Hollis-y for me.

Not sure where the hype for this book came from but View all 8 comments. Mar 25, Kristi rated it did not like it. View all 4 comments.

Mar 30, Jenna Polan rated it did not like it. I was really disappointed by this book, especially after seeing such great reviews everywhere.

The overview seemed promising, but I found so much of it repetitive. A lot of the shorter essays, focusing generally on injustices or world observations, ended right as they got interesting.

The broad claims about gender inequality or cultural expectations are not new or groundbreaking; I don't mean that they shouldn't be written about actually I think the exact opposite , but Doyle isn't adding any s I was really disappointed by this book, especially after seeing such great reviews everywhere.

The broad claims about gender inequality or cultural expectations are not new or groundbreaking; I don't mean that they shouldn't be written about actually I think the exact opposite , but Doyle isn't adding any substance to the discussion.

While I respect her life and the journey she took to get where she is today, the writing was not effective in conveying any meaning or weight.

I found it really annoying and self righteous. It was a struggle to finish View all 7 comments. Mar 16, Nadia rated it liked it.

Firstly, the format of the book feels a bit disjointed, as if I was simply reading a bound collection of blog posts rather than a cohesive book.

After reading Love Warrior, I was interested in her story of what took place afterwards, how she was able to reconcile her faith and move forward with her life.

Readers looking for this will be left wanting and personally, I felt as though instead of reconciling her faith, she has traded it for a brand of moralistic therapeutic deism.

Much like Love Warr Firstly, the format of the book feels a bit disjointed, as if I was simply reading a bound collection of blog posts rather than a cohesive book.

Much like Love Warrior, there are clips and phrases resonate deeply within me in terms of life experience as a wife and a mother, but there are many more parts that make me feel like I am teetering on the edge of a dangerous theology of which the basis is that life is ultimately intended to be lived for oneself; that self-truth is the only thing that matters and that we must sacrifice everything and everyone for whatever we deem to be our truth at any given moment in our lives.

Her work should challenge each of us to examine what we truly believe about this life, our marriages, our faith, our relationships and our parenting.

If anything is to be gleaned from Glennon's writings, it is not that we must choose to abide by her truth, but that we each must choose by which truth we are going to abide.

Mar 17, Pocket Watch Purveyor rated it it was ok. Abysmal, smug and sanctimonious. I'm confident we'll be reading about her next divorce soon.

Apr 19, Katharine rated it it was amazing. There aren't enough words for how much I loved this book.

It was exactly what I needed during this strange time. It grounded me, brought me back to myself, and made me feel a little calmer. I hope to return to this often something I'm not very good at doing.

It was hard not to underline almost everything, and I used about a million book darts to mark passages I loved and want to remember or read again.

The whole thing felt like an overcompensation. For what? It was like during the whole book she was just trying to convince us, and herself, that she got it right this time.

Trite sayings. This book is way overblown. I think this book is more self-help than it is memoir, and the memoir parts were way more interesting.

We are all certainly confined by cultural and social values that are arbitrary. Some people are worried about getting shot by the authorities, or when they go to school.

The jargon. Omg the the metaphors and the jargon. It was all too twee and relentless. This woman sounds insufferable. Permission slips.

Your knowing. You could actually play a drinking game for every time she mentions that she wants to make a true, beautiful life.

Mar 21, Kait F. I know authors who write books like this polish up conversations that they recount in order to make them more coherent and meaningful in the rear view mirror.

But oh my god. The conversations with the authors kids, ex husband, wife, therapist, friends and family were so incredibly self aggrandizing.

Perhaps better for someone who feels stuck in life. Also I did not like the format of random short stories and vignettes.

It made it hard to follow. Jul 29, AM. Tori Allen I refuse to think any of the conversations with Tish happened. The chapter where her daughter came in not knowing what she was and her mom said they w I refuse to think any of the conversations with Tish happened.

The chapter where her daughter came in not knowing what she was and her mom said they were sand on a beach in a bucket Just, no.

Apr 17, Danielle rated it did not like it. It has been a while since I have loathed a book so fully as I did that wash your face book.

I suppose it was time to find one that I wasn't just bored by, or indifferent about. I detested every page of this nonsensical, self-indulgent, inauthentic word salad.

The bold, beautiful cover is as much of a deception as she admits her last two memoirs were. View all 9 comments. Mar 06, Emma rated it did not like it.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. After receiving an arc copy of Untamed, I was excited to read what appeared to be an empowering and enlightening memoir.

I am genuinely sorry that she feels that she has been wronged by the church, but she should not be presenting her beliefs as if they are an ultimate truth and turning people away from the Church.

Also, i After receiving an arc copy of Untamed, I was excited to read what appeared to be an empowering and enlightening memoir.

Also, implying that the teachings of the Church are based on the agenda of corrupt politicians with zero source evidence, might I add is absolutely absurd.

The teachings of the Christian Church are based on the Bible, which is in fact a historical document and not a made up story, as Glennon implies.

Glennon clearly has a skewed perspective of Christianity and it saddens me greatly that she has chosen put these false beliefs in the hearts of others.

I sincerely hope that Glennon comes back to Jesus and the Church, whose purpose is to love others and God.

View all 12 comments. Apr 18, Mk rated it did not like it. Everyone was talking about this book and so I got it. Now all these people need to give the two days back to me that I spent reading this crap.

Also, who the hell has conversations like the ones written in this book? And that too for very general everyday things. Everything annoyed me in this book.

Jan 26, Kelsey Mech rated it it was amazing. Like every book Glennon writes, Untamed felt like a conversation between my soul and her soul.

It's as if she climbs into my heart space, curls up, puts her hands around my heart and goes "Listen closely. You need to hear this. Also, I love you.

You got this. And then at some point, her words start melding with everything I already know to be true so it's like my own inner wise woman is speaking to me as I'm reading and I'm feeling a little stronger Like every book Glennon writes, Untamed felt like a conversation between my soul and her soul.

And then at some point, her words start melding with everything I already know to be true so it's like my own inner wise woman is speaking to me as I'm reading and I'm feeling a little stronger and more sure of myself every page I turn.

Untamed was no different. Glennon's words are a soothing balm and a call to power all at once; a step up and a slow down in one breath.

And I think that is exactly what we need right now, to both step up and slow down. Untamed is a manifesto for that. It's a manifesto for uncovering ourselves, and boldly proclaiming ourselves to the world, bravely holding our ground regardless of what the broader systems' messages are, and then turning inward to be with ourselves in all our brutal and beautiful wholeness.

I have folded over so many pages of this book, eagerly awaiting a moment to return so my soul can sit with Glennon's soul and have a chat once again.

And I can walk away a little stronger, my head a little higher; a little more loving, of myself and others; and a little more ready to live untamed.

Apr 02, Dennis rated it really liked it Shelves: self-help , non-fiction , read. This book is insightful and really makes you think.

I highly suggest reading Glennon Doyle's new book while in quarantine because it really is just a great "feel good" type of book. I really felt much better about my current surroundings.

I didn't identify with everything that the book talks about, but the pieces that I did, really hit home for me.

I feel like a better person after finishing this book. Apr 16, Judy Harper rated it it was ok. And now, I've finished the book finished it several days ago , and I can't stop thinking about how much I still don't like it, how the author comes off as self-absorbed and sanctimonious.

I wonder if I would have a different reaction to the book if I'd read it in the world we lived in before this awful pandemic, and I have no way of knowing the answer.

So, all I can do is write my review from this moment in time, and to say that I truly disliked this book. I had never read anything by her before, but I heard her on a podcast with Brene Brown, and I decided to buy the book.

There is something so self-congratulatory about her tone and so smug that I couldn't feel inspired, no matter how much I wanted to. I also felt that she was presenting her life not so much with authenticity and vulnerability but with "hey, look at me and be like me Many other reviewers have commented on the dialogue in the book, which is awful.

Nobody talks that way, not even characters in an Aaron Sorkin script. No one remembers conversations with that type of recall.

And that, combined with the purposefully "wild" structure of the book left me feeling irritated, and it's been a long time since I've been irritated by a book.

I am alarmed that Glennon Doyle is lauded as the voice of feminine empowerment because her book comes across as steeped in privilege and arrogance.

You can only be happy, she seems to say, if you're BFF's with Liz Elizabeth Gilbert, of course, famous writer and if you sit with Oprah at her kitchen table and if you have thousands and thousands of people who will drop everything to listen to you adoringly, and if you are willing to risk everything This is neither a memoir, nor a self-help book, nor a coming-out tale.

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