white lies, and lies of omission. In relationships, there are cheaters, two-faced lovers and friends, as well as out-and-out family fraudsters. The more trusting the relationship, the more devastating the betrayal.
What is it that causes us such deep reaction to betrayal? Why do we relive it with such passion and intensity?
Why does even the memory of a betrayal spark such feelings of shame,
anger, and resentment?
In Betrayed, Dr. Elaine Eisenman and
Susan Stautberg dive into over fifty true stories of betrayal to learn how to successfully handle the trauma in setbacks, overcome the urge for quick revenge, consider the possibilities of forgiveness, and most importantly, to set a positive path into the future.
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About the Author
organizational psychology, and has over thirty-five years’ experience as a business school dean, independent board director,
executive coach, and business executive for public, private, and non-profit organizations. She loves being a wife,
mother, and grandmother.
Susan Stautberg is governance advisor to Atlantic Street Capital and a senior executive and strategist whose global career has spanned corporate, entrepreneurial,
media, political, and government entities,
including the White House. She is the former chair and cofounder of the
She’s a mom, a widow, and founder of two international organizations.
Table of Contents
Introduction Why We Wrote This Book 1
Chapter 1 Why Betrayal Cuts So Deep 11
Chapter 2 Red Flags? What Red Flags? I Never Saw 'Em Coming 27
Chapter 3 Betrayed? Never Surrender Your Power or Your Soul 63
Chapter 4 The Family Business: A Hotbed of Betrayal 73
Chapter 5 Yes, Revenge Is Sweet, but Karma Is Sweeter 93
Chapter 6 To Forgive or Not to Forgive, That Is the Question 115
Chapter 7 Resilience-What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stronger 135
Chapter 8 Betrayal-Lessons from the War Zone 161
About the Authors 193
Contact Us 199
Book Club Questions 201