Sex & Relationships

Sexual Betrayal Sucks, But You Got This

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This book will launch on Jun 24, 2020. Currently, only those with the link can see it. 🔒
Synopsis

Have you been sexually betrayed?

Do you know someone who has been sexually betrayed by their partner by pornography, an emotional or physical affair, or any other type of sexual betrayal?

What do you do when other people’s choices and actions hurt you?
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This book addresses the problems that come up when you are sexually betrayed. This book gives solutions on how to deal with betrayal trauma. In these pages, you will find connection and answers.

Are you struggling to know where to start to navigate sexual betrayal?
Are you struggling with intense emotions such as fear, panic attacks or anger?
Are you struggling to know how to feel safe?
Are you struggling to figure out what you want?
Are you struggling to know what your boundaries should look like?
Are you struggling to overcome shame?

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As a betrayal trauma coach, I help people all over the world to navigate betrayal trauma.
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Sexual betrayal SUCKS, but you got this gives you tools and ideas on how to navigate betrayal trauma at the beginning, middle and end of your journey.

If you have been sexually betrayed, you have work to do regardless of what you decide to do with your relationship with that person. Recovery work is now sitting on your lap like a white fluffy lap dog and it’ll stay there regardless of whether you stay or leave the person that betrayed you.

In this book, I don’t address whether you should leave or stay with the person who sexually betrayed you. What’s on the table is the fact that you’ve been sexually betrayed in your most intimate, personal relationship and you have to figure out how to cope and recover from this betrayal.

That’s what we’re here to do. We’re dealing with you, not your partner, not your relationship with your partner, but you.

And let’s be completely honest, when you’re dealing with your trauma, taking care of yourself, loving yourself, and seeing yourself as you should be seen, in short, working your recovery, well, that’s the space that will lead you to the healthiest decisions about what to do with the relationship that put you here to begin with. When you’re in that beautiful place of recovery, you’re not stopped by false views about who you are. You’ll know what you need. In that space of recovery, what to do with that relationship will be an unforced decision that you’ll naturally step into.

Until then, we have some work to do.

Sexual betrayal sucks, but you got this!!


About the author

I have curly hair that bounces. I have a giggly laugh and shiny blue eyes. I'm a great listener and have been known to ask way too many questions about your life. I am a great pep talker! I love the outdoors, long walks, short runs, mountain bike rides, good food, and cooking. view profile

Published on May 24, 2020

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50000 words

Genre: Sex & Relationships

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