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thorny road of survival ANDhelp prepare the reader for a life of her own and for future relationships.”

I don’t know whether Sally had notes for the completed manuscript or had done the interviews she intended to use – but even in these excerpts I think that womenwho remain entrapped in failingmarriages will fnd some powerful tools that will help them reverse the course they are on. As Sally concludes,

“There is no condition I can think of that is more stultifying, more draining, more brutalizing than marital conflict that leads to divorce. The chains of despair may have wrapped themselves about you for years, ever heavier chains, imprisoning, wrapping ever more tightly, until, fnally, you have no sense of what personal freedom is. You have forgotten JOY. Maybe you never experienced joy in the frst place. Well, you can, and you will—if you wish.”

Eugene G. Schwartz July, 2008

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