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Surviving Betrayal


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BetrayalThe young woman showed no visible tears, yet, the pain was only too apparent in her large brown eyes. While she had come the previous year for a Tarot reading to tell her about the future of her relationship with someone she loved, this time she was before me because she had discovered that her boyfriend had been married for nine long months – had got hitched up to someone else after meeting her, in fact, and neglected to tell her so. A chance SMS to her boyfriend one day had resulted in his wife calling her back. The nastiest shock of discovering that she even existed had been eclipsed by the humiliation of hearing her advice to ‘stay away’ from her husband.

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Best Friends and Best Men


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BetrayalWhen her nine year-old marriage was in trouble, N—– began feeling an almost irresistible attraction to her husband’s best friend, S—–. “In the beginning, I would just laugh and talk to him about general stuff. The thing was, he had been such a part of my life with my husband – I met him on the day I got married, and we were very close as a gang of friends, doing many things together. All the rest of us wives felt very bad about how such a great guy had found such a dragon of a wife. She was generally not interested in the things he found wonderful. After their kids were born, she was rarely seen with him.”

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Betrayal and its aftermath


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Betrayal and its aftermathEverybody knew about Jasmine and Ravi. Though some people believed there might be more to it than meets the eye, the rest accepted that it was a beautiful, platonic friendship between a very lovely woman and a smart, intelligent man.

Jasmine was about ten years older to Ravi but his experience and understanding of life was infinitely greater than hers. So she depended upon him for most problems that she could not sort out on her own. One of her major problems concerned her husband. A chronic womaniser, he was also a very stingy man who showered his lovers with expensive gifts but refused to look after his wife.  It was Ravi who helped Jasmine get a job in his office and become a financially independent woman. “Don’t walk out of the marriage,” he advised. “Just make yourself a stronger person in every way.”

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Rearview Mirror Driving


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Rear-View Mirror DrivingFor nearly a year after the end of her nine-year-old relationship with Amit, Naina used to have attacks of tearfulness and despair at unexpected times and places. “I truly never knew when I would begin to feel really sad – sad enough to cry. It could happen any time, in a meeting at office, on my way to meet some friends, browsing in a book shop, I really never knew when I would begin to feel that wave of despair, as if life would never be as good as it had once been.” When these waves of depression and anxiety began to take a toll of her health and professional life, Naina sought help. “More than anything the doctor prescribed for my depression, what worked was the discipline she imposed on my thoughts,” she recalls. “ ‘Stop living as if you are driving a car only by looking in the rear-view mirror’ she told me.

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