A riveting, brilliantly written debut memoir, "The Trouble with
Truth" is a story of hope and transformation, of family and
Beth Kelly feels trapped in a continuous cycle of destructive
relationships. First there's Roland, the handsome ski instructor
who turns out to be a liar and a drunk, fully capable of
threatening Beth with a gun to prevent her from leaving him.
Breaking free from Roland after she makes a failed suicide
attempt, Beth meets tight-lipped Sam, who is, sadly, Roland redux.
Meanwhile, Roland still calls whenever he needs money, twisting
Beth's emotions for his own gain.
Beth seems doomed to continue making self-destructive choices,
both in her relationships and career, until renowned therapist and
author Jean C. Jenson ("Reclaiming Your Life") changes everything.
Jenson helps Beth see the world truthfully, a painful process but
ultimately one that liberates Beth. As Jean notes, "The truth will
set you free. But first it will make you miserable."
Skillfully blending setting, scene, and action with memorable
characters, ("The Trouble with Truth") is a memoir unique in style
and scope. A page-turning true story, often darkly comic, Beth
shares her tale of family, love, loss, and truth in a clear and
compassionate voice. ("The Trouble with Truth") redefines the
meaning of family and everything we've ever been taught to call
"love." It spotlights the pitfalls of searching for love when
you've never been loved and how our self-perceptions color how we
love, forgive, and live.
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