Women Who Run with the Wolves
Publish date: May 1st 2003
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages no: 560
Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, Self Help
, Womens Studies
Series: Colección "Librinos"
So, this book took me forever to read and I had to stop a couple times to read other things for book club, etc. And it's mostly because it took me so long to read that I am now TEN books behind on my reading challenge for the year ... but I'm cool, I told myself that I wouldn't let the challenge be ...
I really liked this. It made me think about things differently. If you don't go into it with an open mind, it might seem nonsense so take the time to just let it sink in instead of putting up a wall to block the message. It's basically about being true to yourself.
This book is amazing. Every time I re-read this, I learn something new and relevant to my life in that moment.
This book was very interesting. You don't have to buy into the whole Jungian interpretations to enjoy it. Some of it resonated with me, and some of it didn't, but, as a literature major, I found it fascinating, and I loved the myths/stories alone. I gave it four stars because it was too repetitive a...
Very interesting but perhaps best taken in small doses. A good fountain of ideas to use in thinking about your own life.
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