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Glennon Doyle (Fullname: Glennon Doyle Melton)is an author, activist, philanthropist and non-profit executive.

She has written books including Love Warrior “2016”and Carry On, Warrior “2012”, is the creator of the online community Momastery, and is the founder and president of Together Rising, a nonprofit for women and children in crisis.

Two of her books have been named as New York Times bestsellers, her writing has been featured in Reader’s Digest, Woman’s Day, and Family Circle, and she has appeared on The Today Show, The Meredith Vieira Show and the #OWNSHOW.

Glennon Doyle Age

Glennon Doyle is an author, activist, philanthropist and non-profit executive. She was born on March 20. 1976, in Burke, Virginia. Doyle Melton is 43 years old as of 2019.

Glennon Doyle Family

Doyle was born in Burke, Virginia to a close family that includes one sister, Amanda Doyle. Doyle writes and speaks frequently about early struggles with bulimia and addiction.

In her 2013 TEDx talk, “Lessons from the Mental Hospital”, she discusses time spent in a mental hospital when she was a teen.

She completed her Bachelor of Arts degree at James Madison University in 1998 and became a teacher in Northern Virginia.

During her time at James Madison University, she was a member of Sigma Kappa sorority. Her parent’s details are under review and will b4e updated soon.

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She is married to Abby Wambach. The couple engaged on May 14, 2017. Previously she was married to the former model Craig Melton from 2002 to 2016.

Mary Abigail Wambach is an American retired soccer player, coach, two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA Women’s World Cup champion.

The couple has three children: a son, Chase, and two daughters, Tish and Amma. Doyle moved from Centreville, Virginia, to Naples, Florida.

In a new interview with WSJ. Magazine, the retired soccer star and her author wife opened up about their nearly two-year marriage.

“To be in a relationship with another woman, there’s a ton of talking all the time,” Wambach, 38, told the outlet. “We’re so passionate about the work that we’re trying to accomplish. We’re trying to solve for big problems, we want equality, and it calls for a lot of discussion between us.”

“I think that’s one of the reasons we fell in love with each other,” Doyle, 43, added. “We were doing similar work before we even met, and it was like ‘Whoa, you’re like the business-slash-sports version of me.'”

“It’s like she’s Sporty Spice and I’m Spirit Spice,” Doyle continued. “We have so many of the same beliefs and goals.”

The couple tied the knot in May 2017 after confirming they were dating in November 2016, with the author and activist revealing the news of her “new love” on her Facebook page.

In the interview, the couple discussed being gay in conservative-leaning environments like Naples, Florida, where they reside.

“There’s one other gay woman in Naples,” Doyle joked, “and she lives with me.”

However, the couple says they’ve been met with openness as they travel around the country together promoting Wambach’s book Wolfpack.

“I just feel like we live in such a heightened time,” Doyle continued. “That any time anybody expresses a desire to know more, it’s labeled as hate.

But really, there are so many people that just want to know: ‘Why is everybody so gay all of the sudden?’ So I find more curiosity than hate out there. Unless you’re on Twitter.”

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Glennon Doyle Net Worth

Glennon Doyle, previously known as Glennon Doyle Melton, is an author, activist, philanthropist and non-profit executive.

Glennon Doyle has an estimated Net Worth of $4.0 million dollars as of 2019, due to her best-selling books and her blog called Momastery.

She’s referred to as a “Christian mommy blogger” and has written books such as Love Warrior and Carry On, Warrior.

Glennon Doyle Books

Carry on, heb lief 2017

Love Warrior 2016

Carry On, Warrior: The Real Truth About Being a Woman 2013

Carry On, Warrior: The Momastery Way to Let Go, Love One Another, and Build a Life 2013

Carry On, Warrior: Thoughts on Life Unarmed 2013

Test Talk: Integrating Test Preparation Into Reading Workshop 2007

Glennon Doyle Career

Doyle’s online writing career began in 2009, with the creation of her blog, Momastery. The funny, conversational and tell-all nature of her writing quickly gained popularity.

Viral blog posts beginning with “2011 Lesson #2: Don’t Carpe Diem” led to the publication of her memoir, Carry On, Warrior and the growth of her social media audience.

In 2013, Carry On, Warrior received the Books for a Better Life Best Relationship Award and was a finalist in the Goodreads Choice Awards for “Best Memoir & Autobiography” In 2014, Parents magazine named Doyle and Momastery the winner of its award for Best All-Around at Social Media. Doyle has also become a professional public speaker.

In her own words, Doyle describes her career and life philosophy like this:

Life is brutal. But it’s also beautiful. Brutiful, I call it. Life’s brutal and beautiful are woven together so tightly that they can’t be separated. Reject the brutal, reject the beauty. So now I embrace both, and I live well and hard and real.

My job is to wake up every day, say yes to life’s invitation, and let millions of women watch me get up off the floor, walk, stumble, and get back up again. In September 2016, Doyle’s book Love Warrior was selected to be a part of Oprah’s Book Club 2.0.

Glennon Doyle Love Warrior

Love Warrior is about infidelity, betrayal, and redemption. It’s about how our ideals of femininity and masculinity can make it impossible for a woman and a man to actually know each other. It’s about how to use the crisis as a springboard to a truer identity and a better life.

“This is a book about what it means to be human—to wrestle with love, hurt, addiction, vulnerability, intimacy, and grace. Love Warrior blew me away.

We can all find pieces of our own stories reflected in Glennon Doyle’s powerful words. We are so lucky to have her courage and wisdom in the world. We need this kind of truth-telling if we are ever going to find our way back to each other.”

It’s about parenting our kids through the pain. It’s about friendships that hurt and friendships that heal. It’s about faith that shackles women and faith that liberates women.

It’s about how to finally find peace in your own damn skin. It’s about shameless sex, God, food, drugs, porn and tenderness—and how the dirt and the divine are so often inseparable.

Glennon Doyle Quotes

“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, I say, ‘For the same reason I laugh so often–because I’m paying attention.’ I tell them that we can choose to be perfect and admired or to be real and loved. We must decide.”

“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.”

“What if pain – like love – is just a place brave people visit?”

“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.”

“In all my close friendships, words are the bricks I use to build bridges. To know someone I need to hear her, and to feel known, I need to be heard by her. The process of knowing and loving another person happens for me through conversation.

I reveal something to help my friend understand me, she responds in a way that assures me she values my revelation, and then she adds something to help me understand her.

This back-and-forth is repeated again and again as we go deeper into each other’s hearts, minds, pasts, and dreams. Eventually, friendship is built – a solid, sheltering structure that exists in the space between us – a space outside of ourselves that we can climb deep into. There is her, there is me, and then there is our friendship – this bridge we’ve built together.”

“What if in skipping the pain, I was missing my lessons?”

“The sun shows up every morning, no matter how bad you’ve been the night before. It shines without judgment. It never withholds.

It warms the sinners, the saints, the druggies, the cheerleaders- the saved and the heathens alike. You can hide from the sun, but it won’t take you personally. It´ll never, ever punish you for hiding. You can stay in the dark for years or decades, and when you finally step outside, it´ll be there.”

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

“I’ll show up and stand humble in the face of a loved one’s pain. I’ll admit I’m as empty-handed, dumb-struck, and out of ideas as she is.

I won’t try to make sense of things or require more than she can offer. I won’t let my discomfort with her pain keep me from witnessing it for her.

I’ll never try to grab or fix her pain because I know that for as long as it takes, her pain will also be her comfort. It will be all she has left. Grief is love’s souvenir. It’s our proof that we once loved… So, I’ll just show up and sit quietly with her.”

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For twenty years I was lost to bulimia and alcoholism and bad love and drugs. I suffered. My family suffered. I had a relatively magical childhood, which added an extra layer of guilt to my pain and confusion. Glennon – why are you all jacked up when you have no excuse to be all jacked up?

My best guess is that I was born with an extra dose of sensitivity to love and pain. I didn’t want to walk through the battlefield of life naked. So when I was ten years old, I made up my own little world called addiction and I hid there for decades. I felt safe. No one could touch me.

On Mother’s Day 2002, unwed and addicted, I found myself holding a positive pregnancy test. For the first time in my life – I wanted something more than I wanted to be numb.

I decided to become a mother and vowed to never again have another drink, cigarette, drug, unhealthy relationship, or a food binge. I found myself marrying my son’s father.

Fourteen years later, I’m the mother to three kids, a couple of mutts, and two of the most majestic banyan trees you’ve ever seen.

I’m a grateful member of this community of truth-tellers, a #1 New York Times bestselling author, speaker, activist, and the founder and president of Together Rising – a non-profit that has raised seventeen million dollars for vulnerable women and children.

Underneath and on top of all that I’m a Recovering Everything. I’m prouder of that title than I am of any other. Every morning, I open my eyes and immediately understand that I am still that girl on the bathroom floor, holding that pregnancy test like a terrifying invitation, trying to decide whether to stay down on the cold floor or get up and show up for my life.

Most days I decide to show up because I was right when I was little. Life is brutal. But it’s also beautiful. Brutiful, I call it.

Life’s brutal and beautiful are woven together so tightly that they can’t be separated. Reject the brutal, reject the beauty. So now I embrace both, and I live well and hard and real.

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