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How to betray someone
September 8, 2006
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This book "The Betrayal Bond," by Patrick Carnes that some of you know I am reading, will teach you the mind of someone who betrays others to the core.

Scary, I was at work today, I could have used the tactics. I did not, because it is against my ethics.

I have never known the mindset of such people. If you really want to understand how these people think, this book will tell you.

Once you get over being completely disturbed by it. The good thing is, I think it will help me be less likely to fall for it again.

Very scary stuff.

September 8, 2006
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Sounds like a book i need to get. Thanks for posting it. :)

September 8, 2006
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Seems like everytime I get a book, it sits someplace, gets moved a few times, gets lost.

I'm interested- can you give a reader's digest version?

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September 8, 2006
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I would suggest you go to Amazon.com or read my post from last night about "a setback." You will get the idea. IT is a disturbing book about being betrayed by people we trust, and how they do it, and how we fall for it, by someone from The Meadows Institute. I was very upset by it last night, but now I am over it and see the value in understand it. IT describes very well what I experienced this past year in my own traumatic event. I think if I learn to recognize it and not be as impressionable, it is less likely to happen again.

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September 9, 2006
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Thank you for the book posting. That has happened to me more than once.

Plan to get it asap.

September 9, 2006
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update on this book:

Don't read it unless u r ready. It set me back to Coda step one. Now I am having to reread Beattie's 12 step book to heal.

I only got a bit more than half way through Betray Bond. My wounds are too fresh. I found myself wanting more and more to control that which I cannot, rather than accepting it. It was very frustrating.

Maybe if I had finished it, it would have been better. I feel relieved that I am doing 12 steps again.

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