And you can finally see your past as one long, blessed road leading you home. A post shared by Glennon Doyle (@glennondoyle) on Christian author Glennon Doyle Melton — known as the “ultimate confessional writer” for her honest portrayals of her struggling marriage, addiction and eating disorder — has opened up with another big revelation.
A few Christian writers who champion LGBT rights in the church congratulated Melton on Twitter on Sunday night. Gilbert announced in September she was in a romantic relationship with her female best friend, just two months after divorcing over the summer.
"I'm Engaged, But Then I Fell In Love With Someone Else."My fiancee and I have been dating for 4.5 years.
Recently I proposed to her, so now we're engaged to be married in the summer of next year.
Christian mom blogger Glennon Doyle Melton has announced her engagement to soccer star Abby Wambach. Glennon Doyle Melton has reiterated for years her position affirming that same-sex marriage is not sinful and celebrating love in various forms. And because of all of that love, they are brave.” Melton’s coming out follows fellow inspirational author and friend Elizabeth Gilbert, of “Eat, Pray, Love” fame.
Feels like the world could use all the love it can get right now. https://t.co/3Ku DQ4e0Su pic.twitter.com/6vvx Bq NUj4 — Glennon Doyle Melton (@Momastery) November 14, 2016 Melton’s news comes three months after she announced her divorce from Craig Melton, her husband of 14 years, and two months after Wambach told the media she was divorcing Sarah Huffman, her wife of three years, in the wake of a DUI arrest that pushed her to confront her addiction to alcohol and drugs.
We started dating, and..long story short, she never left Australia and her friend had to continue on the trip by herself.
"I'd rather be with someone who experienced love and was smart enough to know it wasn't right."A few of the guys didn't think a previous engagement or marriage was that big of a deal because so many ladies have been there.
We are constantly reminded of the pressures of getting married, settling down and starting a family.
Not only does the media continually portray this path as the norm, but the people we surround ourselves with also provide a benchmark for when we think we should be getting engaged.
My family loves her; mom,dad,my grandma,my younger sister,my friends..only person that doesn't get along with her and vice versa is my youngest sister.
I sometimes think that this could be an issue one day.