Words From Glennon Doyle Each Zodiac Needs To Hear Right Now 

Reminders Each Zodiac Desperately Needs To Hear Right Now

Glennon Doyle is a spectacular author and activist known for her bestsellers. Here are a few of her quotes that might help you make it through your own journey:


“Being human is not hard because you’re doing it wrong, it’s hard because you’re doing it right.” — Glennon Doyle


“Love is the opposite of control. Love demands trust.” — Glennon Doyle


“What is better: uncomfortable truth or comfortable lies? Every truth is a kindness, even if it makes others uncomfortable. Every untruth is an unkindness, even if it makes others comfortable.” — Glennon Doyle


“When a woman finally learns that pleasing the world is impossible, she becomes free to learn how to please herself.” — Glennon Doyle


“Brave means living from the inside out. Brave means, in every uncertain moment, turning inward, feeling for the Knowing, and speaking it out loud.” — Glennon Doyle


“Hard work is important. So are play and nonproductivity. My worth is tied not to my productivity but to my existence. I am worthy of rest.” — Glennon Doyle


“I have learned that if I want to rise, I have to sink first.” — Glennon Doyle


“It’s nearly impossible to blaze one’s own path while following in someone else’s footsteps.” — Glennon Doyle


“The braver I am, the luckier I get.” — Glennon Doyle


“Grief shatters. If you let yourself shatter and then you put yourself back together, piece by piece, you wake up one day and realize that you have been completely reassembled. You are whole again, and strong, but you are suddenly a new shape, a new size.” — Glennon Doyle


“Be careful with the stories you tell about yourself.” — Glennon Doyle


“The only thing that was ever wrong with me was my belief that there was something wrong with me.” — Glennon Doyle Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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