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Betrayal And Beyond Workbook

Author : Diane Roberts
ISBN : 194329190X
Genre : Self-Help
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Designed for group use, the Betrayal & Beyond Workbook reveals the truth and nature of sexual addiction, and how women are wounded by the addict's behaviors. For women who have suffered betrayal, their healing comes from understanding the role of trauma, establishing healthy boundaries, exploring the depth of forgiveness, and learning to live in restoration. Exercises in this workbook help the participant process: Where do I start? Understanding the nature of addiction Understanding trauma What is codependency? Creating healthy boundaries Creating a safety plan Facing grief and anger How do I forgive? Should he take a polygraph? The Betrayal & Beyond Journal is a companion resource that reinforces the daily commitment to health through several foundational tools: Creating an attitude of gratitude through thankfulness Identifying personal/prophetic promises, reinforced through God's Word The Commitment to Change identifies challenges or needed change and accountability for change The FASTER Scale raises awareness of the behaviors that lead to relapse The Group Check-In provides weekly self-reflection while moving toward health
Category: Self-Help

Beyond Betrayal

Author : Phil Waldrep
ISBN : 9780736978781
Genre : Religion
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Responding Right When You've Been Wronged We all know what it’s like to be lied to, cheated, tricked, or swindled. Whether you want revenge or to protect yourself from future harm, Phil Waldrep understands your pain. Waldrep had no idea of the steep journey that lay ahead of him when two men walked into his office and revealed an unfolding story of a friend turned colleague who was living what amounted to a second life. For years following, Waldrep sought to heal the wounds of this broken relationship and confront the pain he felt in the aftermath of this betrayal. Along the way, he discovered God’s solutions to overcoming resentment. In Beyond Betrayal, you’ll learn about the biblical principles and practical tools that can help you identify betrayers in your life and name the pain you feel rediscover God as the healer of your wounds avoid bitterness and express your anger in healthy ways learn to remain open to trusting others again as you build new relationships choose forgiveness and develop strategies to prevent future betrayal Whether you’ve been hurt by a family member, friend, colleague, or trusted leader, you are not alone. Even Jesus was betrayed. You don’t have to let past hurts limit your future relationships—you can move beyond betrayal.
Category: Religion

Beyond Betrayal

Author : Keith Newman
ISBN : 9781742539379
Genre : History
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Beyond Betrayal delves into New Zealand's pioneering history, and asks why such promising partnerships descended into decades of distrust. After the Treaty of Waitangi was signed, a succession of governors resisted missionary advice, despite their local knowledge and peacemaking skills, and influenced a raft of misunderstandings that provoked violent outbreaks across the country. The rise of Maori prophetic movements, and an intense desire for Maori to have a unified political voice, saw allegiances split between those supporting the government and those frustrated at failed Treaty promises. The pressure to surrender tribal lands had the same impact - a shattered economy and a dispossessed people. The thrilling follow-up to Keith Newman's bestselling Bible & Treaty, Beyond Betrayal looks behind the events that led to the first Maori land protests, and follows the unfolding drama through the stories of the early missionaries and Maori heroes of the faith. These dramatic and heartrending tales of injustice, sacrifice and redemption form an important and often misunderstood backdrop to the wider New Zealand story - one of the most turbulent periods in our history, told with skill, sensitivity and heart.
Category: History

Beyond Betrayal

Author : Patricia Ewick
ISBN : 9780226644264
Genre : Religion
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In 2002, the national spotlight fell on Boston's archdiocese, where decades of rampant sexual misconduct from priests--and the church's systematic cover-ups--were exposed by reporters from the Boston Globe. The sordid and tragic stories of abuse and secrecy led many to leave the church outright and others to rekindle their faith and deny any suggestions of institutional wrongdoing. But a number of Catholics vowed to find a middle ground between these two extremes: keeping their faith while simultaneously working to change the church for the better. Beyond Betrayal charts a nationwide identity shift through the story of one chapter of Voice of the Faithful (VOTF), an organization founded in the scandal's aftermath. VOTF had three goals: helping survivors of abuse; supporting priests who were either innocent or took risky public stands against the wrongdoers; and pursuing a broad set of structural changes in the church. Patricia Ewick and Marc W. Steinberg follow two years in the life of one of the longest-lived and most active chapters of VOTF, whose thwarted early efforts at ecclesiastical reform led them to realize that before they could change the Catholic Church, they had to change themselves. The shaping of their collective identity is at the heart of Beyond Betrayal, an ethnographic portrait of how one group reimagined their place within an institutional order and forged new ideas of faith in the wake of widespread distrust.
Category: Religion

New Age Journal

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105022117589
Genre : Lifestyles
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Category: Lifestyles

Appletons Journal

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ISBN : HARVARD:32044092711217
Genre : Art
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The French Betrayal Of Rwanda

Author : Daniela Kroslak
ISBN : STANFORD:36105124038063
Genre : History
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What France could have done to prevent the killing in Rwanda
Category: History

Beyond Betrayal

Author : Therese M. Willis
ISBN : 0615798527
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Therese M. Willis, 1481773 Beyond Betrayal Summary Beyond Betrayal is a simple, straight forward story of love and betrayal complicated because the main character a passionate, energetic, and congenial man is also a Roman Catholic priest Mike O'Brien, a saint in his sister's eyes, was a loving, caring brother; an accomplished pianist; a decorated Captain in the Army Air Corps, a Roman Catholic priest; and pastor of St. Ignatius, a thriving parish in El Paso, Texas. Fran, his youngest sibling, idolized him her entire life until she discovered the shocking truth of his double life, his Mexican wife and thee children. The story revealed through the main character's voice as well as the voices of those closest to him unravels the unbelievable events that enabled Mike O'Brien to live a double life undetected for many years.
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Hanoi S War

Author : Lien-Hang T. Nguyen
ISBN : 9780807882696
Genre : History
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While most historians of the Vietnam War focus on the origins of U.S. involvement and the Americanization of the conflict, Lien-Hang T. Nguyen examines the international context in which North Vietnamese leaders pursued the war and American intervention ended. This riveting narrative takes the reader from the marshy swamps of the Mekong Delta to the bomb-saturated Red River Delta, from the corridors of power in Hanoi and Saigon to the Nixon White House, and from the peace negotiations in Paris to high-level meetings in Beijing and Moscow, all to reveal that peace never had a chance in Vietnam. Hanoi's War renders transparent the internal workings of America's most elusive enemy during the Cold War and shows that the war fought during the peace negotiations was bloodier and much more wide ranging than it had been previously. Using never-before-seen archival materials from the Vietnam Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as materials from other archives around the world, Nguyen explores the politics of war-making and peace-making not only from the North Vietnamese perspective but also from that of South Vietnam, the Soviet Union, China, and the United States, presenting a uniquely international portrait.
Category: History

Not Just Friends

Author : Shirley Glass
ISBN : 9781416586401
Genre : Family & Relationships
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One of the world’s leading experts on infidelity provides a step-by-step guide through the process of infidelity—from suspicion and revelation to healing, and provides profound, practical guidance to prevent infidelity and, if it happens, recover and heal from it. You’re right to be cautious when you hear these words: “I’m telling you, we’re just friends.” Good people in good marriages are having affairs. The workplace and the Internet have become fertile breeding grounds for “friendships” that can slowly and insidiously turn into love affairs. Yet you can protect your relationship from emotional or sexual betrayal by recognizing the red flags that mark the stages of slipping into an improper, dangerous intimacy that can threaten your marriage.
Category: Family & Relationships

Intimate Betrayal

Author : Vernon R. Wiehe
ISBN : 0803973608
Genre : Psychology
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Acquaintance rape is a serious social problem, yet it remains widely misunderstood by the general public and by practitioners working with both survivors and perpetrators. The concept `rape' is generally thought of in terms of rape by a stranger; acquaintance rape survivors are more likely to be blamed for the assault than stranger rape survivors. This seriously impacts upon what survivors do after the assault, on the services survivors receive, on the prosecution of perpetrators and on efforts to prevent the problem. Intimate Betrayal provides much-needed information on the subject - including practical information directed specifically at practitioners working with survivors - with sensitive discussions that includ
Category: Psychology

A Broken Woman S Journal To Redemption

Author : Vanessa Eleudis Reyes
ISBN : 1544287313
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After the end of a seven-year relationship, I was in the darkest place ever. I had contemplated suicide every waking moment. I would cry myself to sleep every single night. In the mornings, I would just lay in my bed with my eyes shut wishing that I hadn't been forced to deal with my pain. I knew that I had to pretend to smile, and when I couldn't smile any more I would drink. It didn't matter what day or time it was; liquor was my haven. I was in mental, spiritual, and physical pain. I was no longer in control of my life until I decided that it was totally unacceptable for me to let another person's actions define where, when, and how my life would end. I knew something had to change, and so I decided to live on purpose. My hope for this book after I release it, is that a young woman--- any woman, finds this and understands that even though she is broken, there is hope beyond betrayal, and there is healing beyond brokenness. It may not seem like it right now, but there is a place of redemption--- however, you must purposely seek it out. It will be painful and sometimes almost unbearable, but when you choose to live on purpose, you must go through it to grow through it.
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Collateral Damage

Author : Nicholas Khoo
ISBN : 9780231521635
Genre : History
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Although the Chinese and the Vietnamese were Cold War allies in wars against the French and the Americans, their alliance collapsed and they ultimately fought a war against each other in 1979. More than thirty years later the fundamental cause of the alliance's termination remains contested among historians, international relations theorists, and Asian studies specialists. Nicholas Khoo brings fresh perspective to this debate. Using Chinese-language materials released since the end of the Cold War, Khoo revises existing explanations for the termination of China's alliance with Vietnam, arguing that Vietnamese cooperation with China's Cold War adversary, the Soviet Union, was the necessary and sufficient cause for the alliance's termination. He finds alternative explanations to be less persuasive. These emphasize nonmaterial causes, such as ideology and culture, or reference issues within the Sino-Vietnamese relationship, such as land and border disputes, Vietnam's treatment of its ethnic Chinese minority, and Vietnam's attempt to establish a sphere of influence over Cambodia and Laos. Khoo also adds to the debate over the relevance of realist theory in interpreting China's international behavior during both the Cold War and post-Cold War eras. While others see China as a social state driven by nonmaterial processes, Khoo makes the case for viewing China as a quintessential neorealist state. From this perspective, the focus of neorealist theory on security threats from materially stronger powers explains China's foreign policy not only toward the Soviet Union but also in relation to its Vietnamese allies.
Category: History