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Recovering from betrayal

This course is designed to help you cope with challenges you’ve experienced as a healthcare provider (HCP) during the pandemic. We hope the content will familiarize you with new ideas and give you language that helps describe your feelings.

In this module, we are studying betrayal.

Disclosure: Betrayal is an emotional topic that may remind you of difficult experiences you’ve had. If you are feeling overwhelmed by painful thoughts and feelings, it’s important to seek wellness support. If you have experienced betrayal, we want you to know it is not your fault. Individuals and institutions who contribute to harm must change.

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  2. Luskin, F. (2012). Overcoming the Pain of Intimacy - The director of the Stanford University Forgiveness Projects explores how to cope with the pain of a fight with someone we love. Greater Good Magazine.
  3. Angelou, M. (1993). On the Pulse of Morning. New York Times.