I don't follow Glennon Doyle and had never heard of her until I watched her on an episode of Shine On with Reese Witherspoon. She said something in that interview that really spoke to me and I ended up purchasing this book on an impulse. I wasn't expecting much, so I was really surprised when I found myself highlighting every other paragraph and re-reading the whole book for the third time in a week. Glennon's words seem to have embedded themselves on my soul, and have me thinking very deeply about who I am, how I feel about my life, and what I want my life to look life. Not what other people tell me I should want, what I actually want. Since reading it I seem to be collecting similar works by other authors, coming across podcasts and blogs that are opening my eyes to some truths about myself that I had previously had no inkling about. It seems to me that reading Untamed has been the key that has unlocked a very deeply hidden part of myself, and I can see deep changes coming into my life. I highly recommend this book to all women, but especially to Mama's who may be struggling with their identities since having babies.