About The Feeling: Suburban Secrets: Behind Closed Doors
Did you ever have a feeling that something wasn't quite right, that something was out of sync, that you should listen and act upon that feeling?
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Affairs and Manipulations in New Suburban Tell-All Over Three Decades in the Making
The Feeling: Suburban Secrets: Behind Closed Doors by Carol-Rose Marshall
UNITED STATES, August 30, 2023/EINPresswire.com/ -- Did you ever have a feeling that something wasn’t quite right, that something was out of sync, and you should listen and act upon that feeling?...
"The Feeling" is a unique work of non-fiction representing the exposure of a secretive narrative that has been waiting in the wings for 30 years. It tells the story of Rachel and Michael Sanders, a couple living a suburban New York lifestyle in the 70's, appearing to be "The Brady bunch," but behind closed doors is anything but that.
Michael's remorseless cheating interludes are linked to his unceasing anger and volatile moods. Rachel unlocks her husband's illicit affair, but her prime concern is to guard this secret, as she presumes, it is HER humiliation. It was a time when women's voices were hushed. Her spot-on "Pearl Harbor" attack directed to his mistress is boldly manipulative.
Elements intriguing the reader are not limited to anger turning to rage, fear, deceitful cheating, sex, family, manipulation, and losses. What has the appearance of a normal family to others, is in no way the case.
The story is an in-depth exploration of how feelings, simple or complex, acted upon or not, can change life's outcome for a family.
"The Feeling" is not your usual story of, "Boy meets girl, girl marries boy, boy cheats on girl," and so forth. The odd behavioral pattern in Michael's personality constructs a narrative not to be confused with ordinary. In addition, Rachel's all-important feelings mature and ultimately reach an explosive point. This is the true study of Rachel's ability to progress in life. It is feelings that promote actions, and actions that have consequences. Primarily, it is the unspoken feeling, the one that clearly tells you deep down, that all is not well that prompted the title.
"The Feeling has all the elements of a compelling story that engages the reader from the first to last sentence. Deftly written in a unique style, Carol-Rose Marshall's book will find little rest on your nightstand as you turn the next page in anticipation of what comes next. Bravo! "
Michael Adamse, Ph.D.
Bestselling author and Psychological commentator