early thoughts on 'women who run with the wolves'

Early Thoughts on Women Who Run With the Wolves

 
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Six months into this experiment of devoting myself to a reading list exclusively on the topic of womanhood (and all its varying themes), there have been a handful of books that have captivated me from the start, and others that just haven't captured my attention in the same way.

Like when I read The 13 Original Clan Mothers last month — by the time I was halfway through the book, I was finding myself anxious to just finish it already. I wanted to respect the author by reading the entirety of her message, but I was ready to move on. In other words? I didn't like the book. (Anybody else hate that feeling?)

This one, though. Women Who Run With the Wolves. This one has been a love affair since the very first pages. Or maybe not a love affair, but a deep familiar love, a kind of kinship, a feeling of sisterhood, of "ahh, finally, someone who gets me." You know that rare feeling of just knowing that something or someone will change the way you look at life and the world around you forever? Yeah. If you've never had the pleasure of reading this one, it is a MUST.

Meanwhile, the last week or so, I have been compiling a list of all the resources that have been the most influential + supportive on my own journey, this awakening + exploration of womanhood. This book's definitely on the list, along with my other favorites so far ... plus a film, a podcast, an album, and other odds-and-ends. I'm excited to share it with you guys soon.

Update:

Those early odds-and-ends have become my Recommended Resources for Awakening! Check it out!