Infidelity by Ann Pearlman
A Memoir

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Ann Pearlman's Infidelity is the true story of the devastating effects of marital betrayal on three generations of American women: her grandmother, her mother, and herself.

Ann Pearlman was born in Washington D.C., and grew up in Pittsburgh and Chicago. She studied at the University of Pittsburgh, University of Iowa, and Case Western Reserve University. She is a marriage and family therapist in private practice and has written two books. She studied fiction writing a Squaw Valley, Sewanee, and the University of Michigan. The mother of adopted and biological children, Ann lives with her teenage daughter in an oak and aspen.

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Ann Pearlman, Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award Nominee, is the author of "Infidelity: A Memoir", "The Christmas Cookie Club", and "The Christmas Cookie Cookbook". She lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Published December 1, 2009 by MP Publishing Limited. 276 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Parenting & Relationships, Self Help, Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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A memoir of hard-won personal development and marital dissolution, set against the transformations of the baby-boomer era, by psychotherapist Pearlman (Keep the Home Fires Burning, not reviewed).

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After 30 years with him, and after having published a book on keeping the passion alive in a long-term marriage, however, Pearlman discovers her husband's affair with a married Japanese student in one of the university art courses he teaches.

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Ty was destined to cheat on her both because he had a troubled childhood of his own and, Pearlman avers, because of the very fact that she --- a child of infidelity --- chose him.It's all too pat and determined, and crushingly fatalistic.

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