Women Who Run with the Wolves -Episode 5

Episode 5 February 01, 2021 00:33:04
Women Who Run with the Wolves -Episode 5
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Women Who Run with the Wolves -Episode 5
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Show Notes

The group of women that make up “Book Interrupted”, in today’s episode round-up their in-depth analysis of the book - Women who Run with the Wolves. Sarah and Kara share some of the specific details around a few of the stories that resonated with each of them. Kim and Lia, note that while they enjoyed parts of the book, they most definitely did not enjoy the overall experience of reading it - so much so that they would likely never make the effort to finish it -  and today they explain in a bit more detail why not. 

These ladies are all very honest and definitely not shy, which means that this episode is once again packed with laughs and some risqué comments. 

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Women Who Run with the Wolves

Book Interrupted Website 

Book Interrupted YouTube Channel

Eat Pray Love

Carl Jung

Joseph Campbell

Untamed Book

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