This book is very timely. Glennon uses short anecdotes from her life and her friends to exemplify her ideals of women (and really everyone) living an Untamed life. Glennon wisely advocates for people to understand themselves first. She says sit quietly and question who you are and what feels right to you and for your life.
Throughout these short essays, Glennon explores her marriage, her divorce, her friendships, her children and what it means to have a voice. Glennon dives deeply into her relationship with Abby and the decisions that she had to make in order to free herself from her society’s expectations. She questions the narrative of hue and why someone is gay and how society accepts the LGBTQ Community.
How do we advocate for ourselves and for our families? How do we show our children that they should first honor themselves and their inner voices. This is a book that I highlighted 111 tines! Glennon imparts her own deep thinking wisdom in a way that is inclusive and thought provoking.