Women Who Run with the Wolves -Episode 4

Episode 4 January 25, 2021 00:27:21
Women Who Run with the Wolves -Episode 4
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Women Who Run with the Wolves -Episode 4
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Show Notes

This episode is, once again, entertaining, brutally honest and insightful as this group of ladies continues their discussion on the book “Women who Run with the Wolves”. In this episode, they go into some specifics on why the book had a big impact on some of the members and why others struggled to get through the first few chapters. 

Sarah and Kara share the stories in the book that they each found most meaningful and note elements of their personal history and personality that more than likely is what drove them to enjoy the book so much. In contrast, the other four members explain why the book did not quite grip them in the same way. 

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Women Who Run with the Wolves

Book Interrupted Website 

Book Interrupted YouTube Channel

Eckhart Tolle - A New Earth

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy 

Non-violent Communication

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