- File Size: 5.0 MB
- Length: 200 pages
- Publisher: ANish Publications (November 11, 2019)
- Publication Date: November 11, 2019
- Language: English
Psychology of Betrayal
Betrayal is one of those energy-sucking experiences that even the most energetic people find hard to bear. It knocks you over and over to kneel your knees to the failure and disappointment. Apart from shock, illusions, mistrust, and emotional and psychological hurt, it changes your physiology and inner chemistry, giving you physical pain and vulnerability to diseases. Along with psychoneuroimmunology, your work-life balance is disturbed.
You either chose suicide or start living with an emotionless heart and soul that is more dangerous than the betrayal itself. No one can deny the destructive effects, and no one can escape this if you are not living in woods like Tarzan or with no relationship at all. Otherwise, you will experience it at the same ratio you have connections. The wider the quality or quality of your contacts, the more significant margin there is for betrayal.
In the Psychology of betrayal, senior writer, counselor, and psychologist Ali Muattar share his clinical and research findings with you. He is also answering the crucial questions about this experience. The strategies to cope and deal with betrayals from your loved ones, relatives, colleagues, governments, and leaders will give you the strength to use psychological tools to heal yourself so that your aching heart doesn’t poison your tongue.
And you don’t destine to pathology, which is no less than a hell. If you are interested to know the psychology of betrayal and how to cope with it? Then this book is for you to read and implement in your life and relationships.