Author(s): Graeme Davidson
If you are trying to make a decision about your future this book is for you . . .
For anyone contemplating leaving a relationship it is an emotional time. Feelings of guilt, fear, loneliness, anger, and indecision haunt you. The search for answers often leads you in emotional circles; well-meaning friends suddenly try to take up the role of counsellor - when what you really need is sound unbiased advice. Advice that provides reassurance and guidance; advise that can help with the difficult questions to be faced. It's a time when you can easily feel that your life is spinning out of control. This book doesn't focus on fixing failing relationships, rather helps in making the decision to stay or leave. It will challenge you to question your motives and actions, to analyse your feelings and the reasons you react the way you do to various situations. You'll find it easy-to-relate to, easy-to-understand and the no-fuss advice is backed by fascinating research. There's a certain comfort in knowing your not alone, reading the the many real-life stories will have you nodding your head knowingly and laughing at times, as you recognise the parallels with your own life.
Graeme Davidson graduated from Victoria University of Wellington and Oxford University with degrees in psychology, theology and philosophy. He has worked as a clinical psychologist and counsellor in England, USA (California) and New Zealand. He has also lectured in psychology and specialised in questions of ethics.