There was not a lot that was particularly new here from feminist and humanist self-development books I’ve been reading since the 70s. However I’m so glad that Glennon Doyle restated it in her own fierce, beautiful way, for new generations of women. The message here is to find your own path and be true to yourself. She delivers her message through storytelling, cautionary tales, memoir, and her wise advice. If you weren’t crazy about Doyle’s Love Warrior (she has disclaimed much of it in this book anyway!) you might like this book a lot better. I did, and I would recommend it to all ages, and all genders on the spectrum.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐5/5 stars on GoodReads (RipeReads group) Hardcover 352 pages, Audiobook (ably narrated by the author) 8 hrs 22 minutes