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Best Glennon Doyle Quotes

Glennon Doyle Quotes About Untamed, Love, Cheetah, Hard Things, Parenting, Marriage, Pain, Divorce, Friendship & Brotherhood! Glennon Doyle Melton is well-known in American literature, activism, and public speaking. She is the writer of the New York Times Bestselling books “Love Warrior” and “Carry On, Warrior.” In Burke, Virginia, she was born on March 20, 1976. Doyle regularly discusses his early battles with bulimia and addiction in his writings and speeches. In 1999, she graduated from James Madison University with a bachelor’s degree in art.

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Her humorous and conversational writing style quickly made her recognizable within a short time. Published in 2011, Carry On, Warrior is the name of her book. Melton’s social media following grew as a result of the popularity of his book. ‘Carry On, Warrior’ won the ‘Books for a Better Life Best Relationship Award’ two years after its release. It was also selected for the ‘Best Memoir & Autobiography’ category of the Goodreads Choice Awards.

TEDx called her in 2013 because of her rising fame on the internet. In her discussion titled ‘Lessons from the Mental Hospital,’ she described her emotional struggles as a youngster and what she learned while healing from her psychiatric disorders in a mental hospital.

As a result of her work, Parents Magazine awarded her and her blog Momastery with the ‘Best All-Around at Social Media’ award in 2014. ‘Love Warrior’ was published by an American author in 2016. Oprah’s Book Club 2.0 chose this book for inclusion. Instagram, Facebook and Twitter are the author’s primary social media platforms at the moment of this writing. She has a loyal following of tens of thousands of people on various social media platforms.

Best Glennon Doyle Quotes

1. “I have met myself and I am going to care for her fiercely.” — Glennon Doyle

2. “Bring all of yourself to life. And if you’re told you’re ‘too much’ – smile and think: Maybe. Or maybe their capacity is too small?” — Glennon Doyle

3. “Your river is strong. Let it flow.” — Glennon Doyle

4. “Be messy and complicated and afraid and show up anyway.” — Glennon Doyle

5. “I had been deceived. The only thing that was ever wrong with me was my belief that there was something wrong with me.” — Glennon Doyle

6. “We can either control ourselves or love ourselves, but we can’t do both.” — Glennon Doyle

7. “Self-love means that I have a relationship with myself built on trust and loyalty. I trust myself to have my own back, so my allegiance is to the voice within.” — Glennon Doyle

8. “We weren’t born distrusting and fearing ourselves. That was part of our taming. We were taught to believe that who we are in our natural state is bad and dangerous.” — Glennon Doyle

9. “You are not supposed to be happy all the time. Life hurts and it’s hard. Not because you’re doing it wrong, but because it hurts for everybody. Don’t avoid the pain. You need it. It’s meant for you. Be still with it, let it come, let it go, let it leave you with the fuel you’ll burn to get your work done on this earth.” — Glennon Doyle

10. “What if pain – like love – is just a place where brave people visit?” — Glennon Doyle

11. “The journey is learning that pain, like love, is simply something to surrender to. It’s a holy space we can enter with people only if we promise not to tidy up.” — Glennon Doyle

12. “When her pain is fresh and new, let her have it. Don’t try to take it away. Forgive yourself for not having that power. Grief and pain are like joy and peace; they are not things we should try to snatch from each other. They’re sacred. They are part of each person’s journey. All we can do is offer relief from this fear: I am all alone. That’s the one fear you can alleviate.” — Glennon Doyle

13. “What if in skipping the pain, I was missing my lessons?” — Glennon Doyle

14. “Grief and pain are like joy and peace; they are not things we should try to snatch from each other. They’re sacred.” — Glennon Doyle

15. “If no pain, then no love. If no darkness, no light. If no risk, then no reward. It’s all or nothing. In this damn world, it’s all or nothing.” — Glennon Doyle

16. “I learned that I need to move toward the pain. Pain doesn’t go away. If you don’t embrace it, it will be passed onto someone else, usually those around you.” — Glennon Doyle

17. “I see your pain and it is difficult and it is hard, but it was made just for you and I also see that your courage is greater than your fear.” — Glennon Doyle

18. “You have been offered ‘the gift of crisis’. As Kathleen Norris reminds us, the Greek root of the word crisis is “to sift”, as in, to shake out the excesses and leave only what’s important. That’s what crises do. They shake things up until we are forced to hold on to only what matters most. The rest falls away.” — Glennon Doyle

19. “Reading is my inhale and writing is my exhale.” — Glennon Doyle

20. “Since brokenness is the way of folks, the only way to live peacefully is to forgive everyone constantly, including yourself.” — Glennon Doyle

21. “That’s how you can tell that you’re filling yourself with the wrong things. You use a lot of energy, and in the end, you feel emptier and less comfortable than ever.” — Glennon Doyle

22. “I used to numb my feelings and hide. Now I feel my feelings and share.” — Glennon Doyle

23. “Maybe the yes comes before the readiness. Maybe you say yes and then you become equipped to handle whatever is about to happen.” — Glennon Doyle

24. “What I Know: 1. What you don’t know, you’re not supposed to know yet. 2. More will be revealed. 3 Crisis means to sift. Let it all fall away and you’ll be left with what matters. 4. What matters most cannot be taken away. 5. Just do the next right thing one thing at a time. That’ll take you all the way home.” — Glennon Doyle

25. “If you feel something calling you to dance or write or paint or sing, please refuse to worry about whether you’re good enough. Just do it. Be generous. Offer a gift to the world that no one else can offer: yourself.” — Glennon Doyle

26. “There is always more on its way – more opportunities, more ideas, more love. Know that there is enough. Know that you are enough. Know that you have enough.” — Glennon Doyle

27. “These things will be hard, but you can do hard things.” — Glennon Doyle

28. “Service and art are the two things that have saved me.” — Glennon Doyle

29. “I understand now that I’m not a mess, but a deeply feeling person in a messy world. I explain that now when someone asks me why I cry so often: “For the same reason I laugh so often – because I’m paying attention.” — Glennon Doyle

30. “We can choose to be perfect and admired or to be real and loved. We must decide.” — Glennon Doyle

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