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Title:
Betrayal, trust, and forgiveness : a guide to emotional healing and self-renewal
Author:
Hedva, Beth.
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Edition:
Revised.
Publication Information:
Berkeley [Calif.] : Celestial Arts, [2001]

©2001
Physical Description:
x, 278 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
General Note:
Rev. ed. of: Journey from betrayal to trust. 1992.
Language:
English
Contents:
Journey from betrayal to trust : a universal rite of passage -- Betrayal of the mother : gateway to self-trust and self-knowledge -- Betrayal of the father : gateway to self-direction and purpose in life -- Betrayal of the beloved : gateway to wholeness--union between self and self -- Betrayal of the body : gateway to surrender -- Betrayal of self : gateway to forgiveness -- Betrayal of society : gateway to the family of humanity -- Betrayal of the planet : gateway to a new world -- Betrayal, trust and forgiveness : from retribution to reconciliation.
ISBN:
9781587610967
Format :
Book

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Summary

The infidelites of a romantic partner, the harsh wods of a parent, the failings of an aging body, the devastation of a lost job, the bigotry and predudices of society - all of these experiences are betrayals that encourage negative feelings of separation, alienation and emotional distance. This is a guide to resolving these conflicts and disappointments. Once you are free from painful patterns of betrayal, you should be able to strengthen your sense of purpose and live out the promise of your dreams.


Author Notes

DR. BETH HEDVA is an inspirational speaker and writer who leads workshops for people who wish to overcome feelings of disappointment and injury. Focusing on integrating spirituality and therapy, Dr. Hedva weaves together academia with real life experiences, retelling stories she has collected from her travels across the United States, Japan, Egypt, Israel, Europe, and Canada.