Women Who Run with the Wolves -Episode 2

Episode 2 January 11, 2021 00:33:02
Women Who Run with the Wolves -Episode 2
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Women Who Run with the Wolves -Episode 2
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Continuing on from the previous episode, this group of six women delve deeper into the book “Women who Run with the Wolves”. They discuss their personal views and whether they think the book is a valid observation of the female psyche. Interestingly, they all agree that regardless of who you are, the book is sure to envoke deep thought about society’s expectation of women. They guide listeners on parts of the book that resonated with each of them as well as things about the book they didn’t enjoy. 

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