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Many people suffer the pains of betrayal, especially leaders. Outwardly, they are cool, but inwardly, torrid waves of anger, bitterness, rejection, and heaviness destabilize their souls. Try as they may to function at work, lead their families, or serve at church, they cannot move past the pain. Whether family, congregation member, or trusted mentor, betrayal stings sharply when its source is someone from your trusted, inner circle. But there is a way to not only heal from betrayal's pain but also embrace its beauty and emerge better, not bitter-even when it comes from someone close like a husband or wife. In this book, Dr. Sandra B. Cook shows you how. The Beauty of Betrayal is every reader's wisdom tool to put your emotions in check, let go of the past, and allow betrayal to be a catalyst for your own deliverance. You'll learn how to stabilize your emotions, drop your weapons, and accept that it does not surprise God that they betrayed you. You'll laugh and cry at her stories of betrayal in ministry and during her career. And you'll identify why your betrayer brings the worst out of you, and areas where you need to heal. You'll journey together with Dr. Cook through a healing process and learn how to mature and walk in wisdom for the future. Dr. Cook will show you the five Ds that are warning signs of a deceiver in your midst and how to respond accordingly. You can have victory over betrayal and experience the beauty it can facilitate. Let Dr. Cook, who has over twenty-eight years of experience, show you how all things, including betrayal, can work together for your good.