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"craig glennon" Discussed on Committed
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Just go to rocky's dot com slash committed. That's Rossi's R. O. T. H. Y. S. dot com slash committed. It's where style and sustainability meet to create your very new favorites had to Ralphie's dot com slash committed today. Hey guys it's bobby bones host Bobby Jones show and I'm pretty much always sleep because I wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple hours later. I get all my friends together. We get into a room and we do a radio show our allies we tell our stories we try to find as much good in the world if he possibly can and we look through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country. Artists are always stopping by to hang out and share their lives and music to wake up with a bunch of my friends. I Ninety eight point seven. W M Z Q in Washington DC or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP. First and foremost Glennon is an incredible mother and it was always her kids that she was worried about. She was worried about what would happen to them if she got divorced if she left her husband Craig C. Like a lot of women that I know like myself from the moment that Glennon had her three babies she put their needs ahead of her own and then one day one day after she knew she was in love with Abby. She looked to her daughter. Thought I'm staying in this marriage for her but what I want this marriage for her and that's when she started to realize that are responsible. Mother doesn't stay and slowly die for her kids. That's when she knew she had to tell Craig she had to tell Craig that she was in love with happy. As soon as I really owned it for myself I decided okay. I actually don't know Craig the rest of my life. I don't know him the rest of my life. Actually don't buy that anymore. But I do owe him complete Aussie so the second that I knew I sat down and said here's the deal and told him everything and this was before we had even touched before we had even been in the same room before any of it. And because I knew I remember talking to My sister about when I was about to tell him and I knew that chances that abby and I would be together forever get married. Not Strong. Like didn't have the chances were good. Lolo low percentage but I knew that it was like when you find the thing. You can't pretend that the thing you have is thing anymore like I couldn't pretend anymore that this love that I had imagined wasn't real like I knew it would. It was real and so I knew that I had to leave my marriage regardless of whether this was going to work out or not. Glennon told Craig and he was quiet and then he said to her three years ago. You gave me more grace than I deserved. He was talking about his own infidelities he continued. Now I'm going to return it to you. I want you to be happy. They ended up telling their kids together once she told Craig Glennon felt like she could finally see Abby in person again after we had gone through having hard conversations with Craig I flew to Los Angeles because Abby was getting an award from. Espn this is like the end of her career. And I just felt like I really wanted to be there as the beginning so I flew to La and we had both blowing up our lives and we headed never been in the same room together alone. And I had I just remember like landing the landing on the plane and thinking I have never even kissed a girl before. Like what am I like? Whoa what's about to happen you know and I walked into the room. It was really great and I'll just leave it at that nerve wracking right meeting somebody for the first time for the like. You've professed love to this person. You know you want this person forever but you've never really been in physical contact so it's scary as hell. We were like the original. Love is blind now. I mean it's terrifying. It's like really scary because you're like what if this doesn't work. It's almost like an arranged marriage. We arranged ourselves and we find ourselves in this moment but luckily everything fed and everything was great and it was awesome. We were a match. I don't know I just. I'm so grateful that Glennon could find a way to open herself up to the possibility of true romantic. I Like I love like Love what is it When you see somebody for the first time Lineman let it say Yeah Lake. I'd always believed in it. I always knew she was out there. He's the CHEESIEST ROMANTIC. Her favorite movie is the notebook. Of course it is kidding. Everybody's every number. I'm telling you literally I find you dead. I will lay next to you and I will be on second. I know you will were Juliet and Juliet. I had never considered that. It will be with a woman. I think that's one of the reasons why I trusted it. So much is because I wanted abby and it was the first time that I had wanted anything beyond what I had been conditioned to what and I loved her and it was the first time I had ever loved anyone beyond the people had been expected to love. And that's why I trusted that it was completely and totally for me right because everybody else in my life was like no no no no no no and I was like Right perfect perfect but yeah I mean I think that. That's that experience with Abby. I mean we're we're given one version of family. That's supposed to be the perfect. Will I had the little perfect family? That looked perfect from the outside is the ideal nuclear family right and it didn't fit it all and now we have this family with two moms and died dads and you know their best friends good friends and like the kids are all over the place and it looks so different from the outside and it fits US perfectly Glennon and abby new from the very beginning that they wanted to get married that they needed to get married. We never we wanted to be married like we. We were obsessed with getting married. I think it's so funny because it's like so we're so like anti patriarchy in so anti liberated and all of these things and yet we were desperate to get married like. I don't think we couldn't handle. We couldn't breathe like you say lose legally bound to you. Yeah she just you always say you wanted it to official that. I couldn't move quit. Which is hilarious. Both of us were married before we makes no real sense. Yeah you just want it to be. You want it to be difficult as possible. I think the reason why I wanted to be married. So bad is not because I believe in institutions that created marriage for the most part I don't believe in institutions themselves or church or religion. Even I think that the you know God is God. And you don't need religion to tell you a goddess but when it comes to like this ritual and this right because we weren't and gay people have always been in had the opportunity to be married because that was like really an option on the table. Now I wanted to somehow normalize because homosexuality has not always been normal right like it's always been normal but it's never been it hasn't always been viewed as you'd is normal right right right and and I think that I wanted to make clear how serious this was like. If you had turned to me on that day in front of those librarians five minutes after we met and had been like will you marry me? I would have been like yes absolutely. There's some business take care of. Yeah it was Abbey. Who proposed. She did it after. She asked Lennon's parents for permission. She told them. I love your daughter and grandchildren like I've never loved before I've spent my entire life searching and preparing myself for them. I promise you that will love and protect them forever. Glennon's mothers response was abby. I've not seen my daughter this alive since she was.
"craig glennon" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast
"Her a love it. Real number six believe in yourself. I just have to throw this, quote out on this podcast. Because it's again, it's just that gorgeous you talk about your family at home. We threw away old stories about blended families and decided to write a new on our themes, our respect grace, constant decision to value, our collective peace over our individual egos, as it says, in the jungle book strength of the pack is the wolf in the strength of the wolf is the pack. You know, I think that there's a lot of families out there that struggle to figure out this blended thing, whether it's one is divorced, and whether you've been divorced, and now a remarried or your remarrying and the other the other folks have kids that are coming in, and you're trying to blend this thing and it's confusing and it's hard. But here's the reality, it's possible and it's possible, if all parties of the adult table come together. And decide that. The welfare of the children and the welfare of our, our collective energies in the collective environments that we want to create for these children. We have to drop our egos and leave our egos back at where the divorce happened, and I give Craig our children's dad a ton of credit because he gave them permission to love me. It wasn't the easiest situation for for him. And our children also. But in order for these kids to have a life that isn't plagued by this divorce that, and I'm sure they have trauma like this is not me saying, argh kids are perfect and their lives are perfect, and like there's no such thing as a perfect life. This is a human condition life. But I'm so blessed that Glennon raised these kids to be who they are, and that, that Craig is an me and Glennon are all co parents. And we are all trying to figure out this messy world together. Parents out there, have to remember that their children are half mother and father. Right. And I know that there's all kinds of families out there. I know that there's, there's lesbians and gay men that that have children. But if you have a, a traditional family where there's one mother and one. And they have children and then you get divorced. And you are talking crap about your child's parent the other half of them it's mind blowing like that's those are scars those are things that, that don't go away. And I don't believe that we need to bring our kids into the divorce like that. I believe we can rise above it. My divorce was not as amicable as as, as Craig Glennon's, but, but I've made it work. We have figured it out. You know. And, and I think that. Not all families are created equal, and I get that. But I'm just lucky that Craig accepted me and gave our children permission to love me. I love it. Your beautiful family, your beautiful wolf pack, my one of my little wolves just popped in here and I want him to say Hello, Tony Tony. What's up? Going up. You guys are. So I say, we're all such massive stands so glad you wrote the second buck and just as fans. You're so proud of what pushed yourself through any amazing sawn. It's the test. Sally's eilly go when things go. Well, it's a well and you lazy. So glad you're sharing your message. I don't wanna hear up to guys. But here we don't think fans we watch as one sale out instead, you are left. Thanks, Dan, Levy so much. All the best and go pick up wolfback and read forward to 'cause they're they're both amazing, Abby. Thank you. Thank you. The Tony Robbins podcast is a collection of interviews and stories and is produced by the Tony Robbins team copyright rubbings research international..