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8149 207 Sep 25, 2017

In a hotel room, looking at pictures, missing my babies. Shout out to all you bonus moms and dads loving those little ones so beautifully. Sleep tight, America. We'll get up and try again tomorrow - cause that's what we do. G #BonusMom

13932 199 Sep 24, 2017

Nothing but nothing's more patriotic than peacefully protesting injustice.

15015 1013 Sep 24, 2017

(Swipe left) After Harvey devastated Texas, you raised $320,000, which included a $100,000 match by together.rising. Your money has been on the ground doing this good, holy work of loving those suffering as a result of the storm: *** $100,000 to Texas Diaper Bank: Generally, in these types of crises the big organizations don’t actually bring diapers in, but focus on other services.  Those affected are in critical need of diapers, wipes and hygiene packs, and the Texas Diaper Bank is the only organization specifically focused on providing for these needs – immediately and for post-recovery to families displaced long term. *** $20,000 to #HappyPeriod: Menstrual supplies during a crises fall into the same category as diapers – meaning that most relief organizations do not provide them.  In fact, pads and tampons are rarely donated and not required to be included in any shelter’s operations budget.   #HappyPeriod is a small social movement of women providing menstrual hygiene kits, and they are doing vital work in the storm-ravaged region. *** $200,000 to Direct Relief: Direct Relief focuses on maternal & child health; disease prevention & treatment; emergency preparedness & response; and strengthening health systems.  They are doing courageous, essential work throughout Texas and you are saving lives by funding them. *** In the weeks since you raised and Together Rising mobilized these funds, Irma, Jose, and Maria have left a path of terror and broken lives – families dead, communities decimated, and lifetimes of hard work and deep love washed away. It is scary, overwhelming, heartbreaking.  And yet.  Please let us not allow the fact that we cannot fix everything keep us from fixing something.  Let us continue to give a little with great love.  That's how we show up for our brothers and sisters – that’s how we heal the world. If you would like to give to help those devastated by Irma, Jose and Maria, please give a tax-deductible donation to the link in my bio 👆🏼. Or you can text TR4RELIEF to 41444 to receive a link to give. 100% of what we receive goes directly to help ease suffering. Let’s keep showing up.  Let’s keep healing the world together.

3335 57 Sep 22, 2017

What happens when Jen Hatmaker and I get to spend an hour on the phone and talk about whatever the sam hill we want to talk about? What happens is we: discover that everyone we admire is in the middle of a hot mess too; count how many friends we need; delve into divorce, advocacy, and raising teens; I advise how to give up the anger machine; and she admits she's scared of my sister. And that's just the first 10 minutes. You're here for all of it. Go to the link in my bio 👆🏼to be part of our conversation on jenhatmaker's new podcast, For the Love. Our talk was like Jen: Deep and funny and true. Take a listen. Also: Jen will be on stage for the Austin date of the TOGETHER Tour on October 3 (tickets available at togetherliveevents) I asked Jen if she’d sit on stage with me in her beloved hometown so that the two of us could talk about this past year and what it’s been like to speak love even when folks are screaming at us to shut the hell up. I'm so thankful she refuses to shut up.

3737 167 Sep 21, 2017

"Everything people admire about Dreamers is because of our parents." Swipe left. humansofny

8163 134 Sep 21, 2017

"There is only one way to avoid criticism: Do nothing, say nothing, and be nothing.” -Elbert Hubbard If you use your voice in the political realm, in your art, in the business world, at your local PTA meeting or on the internet – people will have feedback for you. You’ll be curious about that feedback. So you’ll stop working for a moment, head out of your proverbial house and down your driveway to retrieve this feedback from your mailbox. There, you’ll find four types of criticism. In this episode of Coffee & Revolution, we talk about the four kinds of criticism you will inevitably receive. And we discuss the secret to surviving and thriving as a woman who uses her voice in the world: Knowing how to sort your criticism – and tossing the junk mail before it even gets inside. (Link to full episode in bio 👆🏼)

4213 91 Sep 20, 2017

I love my wife. She thinks I'm funny.

20192 321 Sep 20, 2017

WE'RE ON OUR WAY PORTLAND!!!! See ya at Keller auditorium for TOGETHER!!!! togetherliveevents abbywambach glowmaven luvvie

10888 183 Sep 19, 2017

PORTLAND!!! ALL TOGETHER NOW!!! Come on down to Keller Auditorium at 6:30 for a night of WILDNESS WISDOM and WARRIORS. We're gonna laugh and we're gonna get real and get connected and get activated. Join me and my sisters jenniferrwalsh and luvvie and glowmaven (and my smokin hot wife abbywambach). SEATTLE we're coming TOGETHER on Thursday !!! togetherliveevents

6872 101 Sep 19, 2017

Part Two: My young daughters ask me, “Sexy IS inappropriate, right, Mom?” I freeze. This argument sounds very much like the civil war that has raged in my mind for the last two decades. Is sexy inappropriate? Is sexy wrong? Is sex wrong? My girls stare at me, waiting for the verdict. Delivering it feels above my pay grade. This moment feels heavy with meaning—as if my response might determine the kind of women these girls become. How can I possibly be the right person for moments like these? What is the right answer here? I look down at my girls’ expectant faces and I remember that there is no right answer. There are only stories to tell. Every day the world will tell my girls its story about sexiness and what it means to be a woman. My girls need to hear my story. Not so my story will become theirs, but so they’ll understand that they are free to write their own stories. They need to know that much of what the world presents to them is not truth, it’s poison. And my girls will only be able to detect lies if they know what truth sounds like. I take a deep breath and tell myself to relax. This is just the beginning of a lifelong conversation the three of us will have about womanhood. //Excerpt from LOVE WARRIOR, now out in paperback (link in bio 👆🏼)/

3075 33 Sep 18, 2017

Part One: My young daughters ask me, “Sexy IS inappropriate, right, Mom?” I freeze. This argument sounds very much like the civil war that has raged in my mind for the last two decades. Is sexy inappropriate? Is sexy wrong? Is sex wrong? My girls stare at me, waiting for the verdict. Delivering it feels above my pay grade. This moment feels heavy with meaning—as if my response might determine the kind of women these girls become. How can I possibly be the right person for moments like these? What is the right answer here? I look down at my girls’ expectant faces and I remember that there is no right answer. There are only stories to tell. Every day the world will tell my girls its story about sexiness and what it means to be a woman. My girls need to hear my story. Not so my story will become theirs, but so they’ll understand that they are free to write their own stories. They need to know that much of what the world presents to them is not truth, it’s poison. And my girls will only be able to detect lies if they know what truth sounds like. I take a deep breath and tell myself to relax. This is just the beginning of a lifelong conversation the three of us will have about womanhood. // Excerpt LOVE WARRIOR, now out in paperback (link in bio 👆🏼)//

2412 41 Sep 18, 2017

We're still not home - we're on extended hurrication- but we stopped by the book store to check in on brenebrown . I need to tell you something about Queen B that you might not know. She is a good friend. She is the kind of woman who - when her friend emails her early in the morning- afraid for her family's home and city - drops everything to write her a comprehensive list of everything to do to prepare-the home, the children, the community. Then, throughout the storm- she checks in with messages like-"take a break from the coverage." And "When it's time for your town's rising- my team and I have your back." She's the kind of woman who drops everything for her family, for her friends, for her beloved Houston, for folks in general. She is no bullshit- nothing fake or bubbly or shallow- she is steady and deep - trust worthy. I appreciate that so damn much. Sometimes when I get cynical about what feels like a lack of strong, brave, real leadership in our country - I think- BUT IT'S OKAY. WE STILL HAVE BRENE. Sister B- since Abby and I decide to follow our holy wildness we've been scared shitless and utterly content. Both. We belong nowhere and absolutely everywhere. And we would live nowhere else but out here in the wilderness - under the wide open sky- where a girl can breathe. And grow. And love and be loved. In other words, B- you're right. As usual. Buy this book. It will lead you out to where truth and freedom live. It's fun here. Good people. Lots of hollering and dancing. love, G and A #wolfpack elizabeth_gilbert_writer rayyaelias cherylstrayed everydamnbody

17125 261 Sep 17, 2017

This week in DC I watched sailors who watched veterans - lined up in wheelchairs- watching Marines honor them. The layers of sacrifice and love and respect were astounding. America is difficult. And America is beautiful. #brutiful

10415 83 Sep 16, 2017

PART TWO I always feared that my babies’ pain was my failure. But if learning to step into life’s struggle is my warrior journey, isn’t it theirs, too? More than anything, I want my kids to grow to be a brave, kind, wise, resilient humans. So what is it in a human life that creates bravery, kindness, wisdom, and resilience? What if it’s pain? What if it’s the struggle? The bravest people I know are those who’ve walked through the fire and come out on the other side. They are those who’ve overcome again and again - not those who’ve had nothing to overcome. They are the ones who no longer avoid the fires of life - because they have learned that they are fireproof. What if we are trying to protect our kids from the one thing that will allow them to become the women and men we dream they’ll be? Maybe our job as parents is not to protect our kids from pain, but to hold their hands and walk into their pain with them. If we want to invite our children to be Love Warriors, we need to look at them and say: “I see your pain- it’s big and it’s real. But I see your courage, too - and it’s bigger and it’s more real. That fire won’t burn you up, baby, You’re fireproof." **** This video is part of a supersoul Sessions talk I gave adapted from our book LOVE WARRIOR. The brilliant Emmy-award winning film team at saltproject just sent this piece as a gift to celebrate release of LOVE WARRIOR in paperback this week (link 👆🏼) and I am so happy to give it to you. Special thanks to penelope_dullaghan for these gorgeous illustrations. 2/2 #FightforLove #LoveWarrior #Fireproof #saltproject #penelopedullaghan #SuperSoulSessions

4207 155 Sep 15, 2017

PART ONE: I always feared that my babies’ pain was my failure. But if learning to step into life’s struggle is my warrior journey, isn’t it theirs, too? More than anything, I want my kids to grow to be a brave, kind, wise, resilient humans. So what is it in a human life that creates bravery, kindness, wisdom, and resilience? What if it’s pain? What if it’s the struggle? The bravest people I know are those who’ve walked through the fire and come out on the other side. They are those who’ve overcome again and again - not those who’ve had nothing to overcome. They are the ones who no longer avoid the fires of life - because they have learned that they are fireproof. What if we are trying to protect our kids from the one thing that will allow them to become the women and men we dream they’ll be? Maybe our job as parents is not to protect our kids from pain, but to hold their hands and walk into their pain with them. If we want to invite our children to be Love Warriors, we need to look at them and say: “I see your pain- it’s big and it’s real. But I see your courage, too - and it’s bigger and it’s more real. That fire won’t burn you up, baby, You’re fireproof." ****** This video is part of a supersoul Sessions talk I gave adapted from our book LOVE WARRIOR. The brilliant Emmy-award winning film team at saltproject just sent this piece as a gift to celebrate release of LOVE WARRIOR in paperback this week (link 👆🏼) and I am so happy to give it to you. Special thanks to penelope_dullaghan for these gorgeous illustrations. #FightforLove #LoveWarrior #Fireproof #SuperSoulSessions

2235 72 Sep 15, 2017

How much easier would you breathe – how much more joyfully would you live – if you could believe that the holy rhythm of your life is not a transaction, but a gift? *******************************************************The surf continues to hit the sand rhythmically and dependably and I trust it will continue. The sun is setting but I know it will rise again tomorrow. There is a pattern to things. This makes me wonder if I can also trust that there is a pattern, a rhythm, a beauty, a natural rise and fall to my life as well. I wonder if the one holding together this sky might also be capable of holding together my heart. I wonder if the one making this sky so achingly beautiful might also be working to make my life beautiful, too. The top of the sun disappears into the water, and even as I watch it go, I know that I am the one doing the leaving. It is staying in the same place, shining on and on. I will just have to be patient and rest until I can see it again. Light disappears sometimes, but it always comes back. And after I say goodbye to the sun, I applaud loudly for the one responsible for the show. I’m flooded with awe, relief, and comfort. I feel a chill because the sun is down now. Everything is as it should be. All is well. The other people on the beach start to leave, but I am not ready. I stay still, so I learn that the sky keeps exploding once the sun is gone. Deeper reds and brilliant purples continue to wrap around me like blankets until it all fades into pitch navy. Then I turn around and catch a glimpse of the moon, a silver boomerang in the sky that seems to have appeared out of the literal blue. But I know the moon’s always there, too, waiting for its time to be seen. The day has to fall to make way for the night and the night has to surrender its place so the day can have its turn. This strikes me as a holy rhythm. I wonder if whatever created this rhythm of the tides and the sky and the sun and the moon has a holy rhythm for my life, too. I consider that perhaps I’m in the middle of a cycle. Maybe there is a time for everything. Maybe there is a timekeeper. ~LOVE WARRIOR

2593 75 Sep 14, 2017

When my marriage hit rock bottom, I made 3 lists to start a path forward. I wrote this about it in LOVE WARRIOR. If you're at a rock bottom in love, parenting, friendship, career or faith, you'll find some light by making your lists. And taking many naps. *** I start typing a list: Questions I Can’t Answer 1. Will we ever be a family again? 2. Will I be a single parent? 3. Will my children be ruined by this? 4. Will my kids one day have another mother? I stop and look at that last question and my soul screams No. No. And then I add: 5. What am I going to do? Then I start a second list: Questions I Can Answer 1. Am I loved? Yes. 2. Are my children loved? Yes. 3. Did I survive Rock Bottom before? Yes. I stare at the last question and remember something I just read—that the word disaster comes from astro: stars, and dis: without. This will only be a disaster if I lose all awareness of light. There in front of the computer, I feel darkness setting in. I need to find some light. Quickly, I make one more list: What I Know 1. What you don’t know, you’re not supposed to know yet. 2. More will be revealed. 3. Crisis comes from the word meaning 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. I print out my three lists and climb into bed with them. I lie in bed and stare wide-eyed at the ceiling. One of the questions I can’t answer keeps running through my mind: What am I going to do? I force myself to translate that unanswerable into an answerable. I change What am I going to do? to What am I going to do next? I make a plan: I will go to sleep. The sun will rise. I will make breakfast. I will take the kids to school. I will come home and rest. Just the next right thing, one thing at a time. I fall asleep holding my words. Words are the light I’ll use to light my path. This is no disaster. This is simply a crisis. I will let myself be a child at the beach who digs in the sand and lifts her sieve out in front of her, watching the sand fall away and hoping that treasure will be left. LOVE WARRIOR now in paperback-Link 👆

4429 189 Sep 13, 2017

In Episode 3 of our show Coffee & Revolution -- just posted! -- we talk about being and raising sensitive human beings. Here’s the truth about us: We are not a mess, we are deeply feeling people in a messy world. We are not broken, we are canaries in the coalmine. And we may be exactly what the world needs right now. For the full show, click the link in my bio 👆🏼 Carry On, Canaries! G

2991 79 Sep 13, 2017

Some people assume LOVE WARRIOR is about regaining trust in a marriage. But, in truth, this book is about a woman learning to trust herself -- for the first time, and with the things that matter most: caring for her one, wild and precious life; fulfilling her sacred trust as parent, partner, friend; commanding the courage to do the next right thing; and marching through her pain to claim her power. Listen, the reason we feel like we are failing at life is that we have the wrong job descriptions for the things we care about the most. We think our goal is to prevent ourselves, our kids, our friends and our partners from pain. But that is not only impossible, it's not true. It is not our job to protect our people from pain. In fact, it is our job to point our people directly toward their pain and say: "I see your pain and it's big. But I see your courage and it's bigger. Your story is inside your pain. No story, no glory. So walk through that fire and learn that you don't need to avoid life's fires --because you are fireproof." What would you do if you knew you were fireproof? How would you raise and love your people if you knew they were fireproof too? Our #1 New York Times Bestseller, and Oprah's Book Club pick, LOVE WARRIOR is out in paperback TODAY with an additional essay, one of my favorite interviews I’ve ever done, and a reading group guide. You can get the book at www.lovewarriorbook.com or at the link in my bio 👆🏼. Love you, Love Warriors! G

4604 159 Sep 12, 2017
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