Title: LOVE AND THE MYSTERY OF BETRAYAL Author: Sandra Lee Dennis Publisher: West County Press Pages: 290 Genre: Relationships/Spiritual/Self-Help BOOK BLURB:
Betrayal of love inflicts a unique, unprecedented pain you can only
comprehend once you have experienced it. If you are suffering from an
intimate betrayal, you know. Betrayal is stunning. It is mind-boggling.
You feel paralyzed, mystified, enraged, panicked, bewildered; but,
mostly, you hurt. Betrayal is a make-or-break event that marks a
cataclysmic divide in your life. It changes you. When you believe in
someone so completely and then realize they have been deceiving you
about their love and loyalty, the worst thing happens: Your faith in
yourself crumbles. The shock lifts a veil from your eyes, and you can
never see yourself or the world in the same way again.
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Meet the Author
SANDRA LEE DENNIS, PhD, is an author, teacher and explorer of the
interplay of depth psychology and spirituality. She holds an MA in
Psychology and a PhD in Integral Studies/ Psychology and Religion. She
has been on the faculty of several universities, as well as the San
Francisco Jung Institute.
Sandra’s writings bridge the world of scholar and visionary. She
loves to bring light to those subtle interior spheres that defy
description, and can appear frightening or unreal to the logical mind.
Her deep-diving explorations have helped many to “translate their
darkness” — to name and bring compassion to their grief, anger,
confusion and pain.
She was a teacher in the Gurdjieff tradition for many years, an
Ananda Yoga instructor, and a long-time student of Diamond Heart work.
Currently, she is enjoying life in the Bay Area.
Website Address: www.sandraleedennis.com
Blog Address: http://www.sandraleedennis.com/healing-a-broken-heart-blog/
Twitter Address: https://twitter.com/Sandraleedennis
Facebook Address: https://www.facebook.com/SandraLeeDennisAuthor
My Review As a graduate psychology student I found this book to be an interesting read as I enjoyed considering the advice from both a psychological and personal perspective. I found that the advice did have a factual grounding in psychology and that I personally could benefit from the book in my personal life!