About the Author of Overcoming Betrayal:
Rebecca Rosenblat, Registered Psychotherapist, Life Coach, Certified Sex Addiction & Trauma Counselor, and Sex Therapist, is a critically acclaimed relationship & sexuality expert. Rebecca has reached millions as the host of TV and radio shows and as the author of seven books and hundreds of advice columns and articles. She's also a clinical associate and private practitioner helping individuals and couples to heal and grow.
"When a betrayal rocks a relationship - be it due to an affair or sex addiction - the couple needs to work together to get through it. But feeling hurt, upset, and afraid dissuades both parties from being exposed and vulnerable to each other - the very ingredients that are critical to healing. This book is intended to bring both parties together, by understanding each other's mindset, feeling each other's pain, and finding the answers that couples look for when their world has been blown apart."
- Rebecca Rosenblat, psychotherapist, relationship-sexuality therapist, best-selling author and TV host.
"I appreciated Rebecca's openness to discuss infidelity from both perspectives. I believe she's the first to walk through the process holding both realities together, while doing an amazing job informing couples of issues to address, as well as giving them a roadmap to address these issues. Anyone who has experienced infidelity would do well to read Overcoming Betrayal."
Dr. Douglas Weiss, President of the American Association for Sex Addiction Therapy (AASAT)
With Overcoming Betrayal, Rebecca provides a look at infidelity in a committed relationship, examining both sides with intelligence and compassion... a recipe for healing and rebuilding relationship trust."
Robert Weiss, Author of Sex Addiction 101.
"Rebecca captures the true essence of infidelity from both sides. She unfolds the personal stories of pain, sadness, grief, healing-rebuilding. This book is a gift to all couples working through infidelity."
Debbie Allen, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist
..". a bridge of peace and hope. An intelligent read for therapists and a must-read for couples who find themselves in this situation."
- Mark Laing, Psychotherapist
..". opened up my world to becoming a better person... My partner now has a book that answers her questions."
- WS, In recovery
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Ian Colquhoun is an extraordinary young man surviving a mind-numbing attack that has resulted in the loss of his legs. The agonies and extraordinary experiences, courage, and his determination to survive make this a gripping and inspirational audiobook. Given the last rites three times, Ian has come through kidney failure, a seven-week coma, heart problems, 65 percent burns, and has endured more than 20 operations.
Thanks to the Internet, there were thousands of people praying for his life all over the world. The burns were to his chest/abdomen, arms, hands, chin, and worst of all, his legs. They were burned right through to the bone. They were going to have to come off if he was to live.
His parents were told that still might not be enough to save his life. Yet, somehow, his burned, broken body and soul fought on.
"Losing my legs was the best thing to happen to me! I had the opportunity to take stock of my life and go on to writing books and starring in films and on TV. I have no regrets about anything."
Born April 7, 1978, Ian was brought up in Livingston, Scotland. Since his amputations and recovery, he has passed his driving test and appeared on Channel 4's Men in White programme. Ian has also been stunt trained through a specialist agency, his first film role, playing a sailor in Ocean of Fear, and performed a dangerous stunt at Pinewood Studio's underwater studio. Since writing his autobiography, he has survived two high-speed motorway accidents, walking away from both without a scratch. A military historian, with a particular interest in the Jacobite wars in Scotland and Ireland (1689-1746), Ian has taken to writing historical novels and appeared in a highly successful promotional film that helped Scotland be awarded the 2014 Commonwealth Games.