Lynette Curran is a professional female Australian actor who has worked in stage, television, and film since her teenage years. She has been nominated and won awards for her work. This is her first book, which she wrote not only to heal and release herself but also as a source of information, experience, and education for those who have no idea about the impact of familial abuse on a survivor’s life. The book is not filled with blame but rather carries a serious intention to draw attention from the collective unconscious and create a safer, better world. It showcases her innate humour, spiritual unfolding, passion for literature and theatre, and the art of performing.
Dreams of Taboo
This book will entertain, inform, and emotionally move its reader and provide healing. It certainly is not a lecture but a look at a survivor’s struggle with certain areas in life that are not so easy for an abuse victim. It is a look at a person’s career in a very competitive job and spiritual ...