Glennon, author of Carry On Warrior: Thoughts On Life Unarmed, finds life and parenting to be both brutal and beautiful. Brutiful, she calls it. She writes about her brutiful life at Momastery . Writing helps Glennon heal from her bulimia, alcoholism, and jerkiness. Shopping does not help her heal, but she will die trying to disprove that. Glennon loves Jesus, gay people, adoption and rearranging furniture. In the interest of combining all her loves, she has asked Jesus to help her adopt Nate Berkus. Glennon leads the Monkees, a group of thousands of women who meet at Momastery to support each other in big and small ways.
Richard Rohr reflects on Mary, Jesus' Mother.
Carry On, Warrior author Glennon Doyle Melton on Advent.
Why do we show up to the party and refuse to dance?
Are you a heart surgeon that works with a blind fold?
Glennon Doyle encourages us to embrace the beautiful and brutal that comprise the best parts of this Brutiful Life.
Life is hard because love is hard.
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