Women Who Run With the Wolves

Wild Woman Archetype:

Est?s introduces the concept of the Wild Woman archetype, representing the instinctual, creative, and untamed aspects of the feminine. The book explores how reconnecting with this archetype can lead to personal growth and empowerment.


Storytelling as Healing:

Est?s uses myths and fairy tales as a tool for healing and self-discovery. Through the analysis of these stories, readers gain insights into their own challenges, strengths, and potential for transformation.


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1 review for Women Who Run With the Wolves

  1. Ricardo (verified owner)

    I was completely captivated by this book! The characters felt so real, and their journey was both heartwarming and heartbreaking.

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