Untamed – Glennon Doyle

Being a female has been kind of tough in every area, country, profession or even household. The general toughness depends on the type of upbringing and the mindset of the family members. However, if the mindset is supportive then it becomes tough to survive in a world where people are different. If the household is not supportive then accepting the gap becomes even more difficult.

Glennon has very well tried to compare the different aspects of being female with real-life examples. There are examples of females being tamed, asked to behave in a particular manner, follow a particular career, mother her children in a peculiar manner and take the blame for the failure of any family member that relies on her. Some of the examples are common and most females know about them but there are some cases that are unknown. For example, females are tamed to make a decision that will make everyone happy around them but not her. She is told to sacrifice even if it makes her sad. 

The book is wonderful and covers a vast range of females from the world. No matter what country or city they stay in, they need to understand that their life is important and they need to fight for themselves to stay happy.


9 thoughts on “Untamed – Glennon Doyle

  1. Since your confidence on the review you gave for this book is making me also feel same kind of vibes. I will for sure try to give it a try. Your reviews are exceptional. ❤️


  2. It has never been easy for girls anytime. I just hope that one day the struggles that girls undergo come to an end…. great review


  3. It is so true. Even in the time and age being a female feels like a burden. Thinking that now the society would’ve changed to support us and make us feel welcome in the world. I feel so sad and truly sorry for the coming generations.


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