2.5.16 RadioWrap-Up: Betrayal in Marriage

AnnmarieKelly.WCBM_..web_-150x120Concha Alborg told us a fascinating story of betrayal in marriage…and how she got past it, reinventing her life …victoriously.
Concha Alborg, PhD, is a writer and a Professor Emerita from Saint Joseph’s University, where she taught Spanish Literature for 28 years. Aside from many academic publications, Concha has written three works of fiction and, her most recent book, Divorce after Death. A Widow’s Memoir (Shorehouse Books). www.conchaalborg.com
?I talked about the downloadable (and FREE) guide and workbook that my friend, Marian, uses. It’ll help you get everything together…just in case.. Touching the Future
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One of my friends used to say, “Love is blind and marriage opens the eyes.” That had a lot to do with why I have a Five Year Marriage instead of a “til death” marriage. But here’s another quote from author Suzanne Finnamore:

“Delusion detests focus and romance provides the veil.”

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