Surviving a Shark Attack (On Land): Overcoming Betrayal and Dealing with Revenge
Filled with her trademark no-nonsense voice, and building on the principles developed during her long career as a licensed therapist, Dr. Laura Schlessinger shows readers how to survive enemies—traitors, backstabbers, and saboteurs—at work and at home. As in her previous books, including Bad Childhood–Good Life, Stop Whining, Start Living, and In Praise of Stay at Home Moms (an instant New York Times bestseller), Dr. Laura offers readers the perceptive, common-sense insight they need to live healthier, better lives.
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This book is very short, but jam-packed full of examples, famous quotes and quips, and sage advice dealing with the many forms of betrayal. Dr. Schlessinger is a licensed family therapist, who has her ... Read full review
Chapter One The Nature of Betrayal
Chapter Two Betrayal or Not a Betrayal
Chapter Three Vengeance Is Mine
Chapter Four Revenge Is Sweet?
Chapter Five A Philosophical Approach
Chapter Six Life After Betrayal
Chapter Seven Betrayal as a Blessing in Disguise?
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