Untamed -Episode 4

Episode 4 March 08, 2021 00:33:48
Untamed -Episode 4
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Untamed -Episode 4
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Show Notes

The women reflect on last episode’s discussion about tone policing and their reactions both during and after the conversation. Afterwards, diving into the stories and lessons they read in “Untamed” by Glennon Doyle, they debate listening to their inside truth versus asking for outside advice, whether those opinions come from love or fear, and if there is one roadmap that everyone can follow.

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