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A CHILD RAISED IN A FAMILY BATTLING ALCOHOLISM-A Poem
This poem is could be the anthem of many children who have been raised in a family battling alcoholism: ABANDONED THINGS Stability-I crave it Control-I need it Intimac...
STABILITY IN 2017
It seems like the appropriate time to talk about stability. For this survivor of family addiction and trauma, having it meant everything. How did I reach it? How do...
Meet Pamela Taeuffer
I WRITE NOVELS ABOUT THE DIFFICULTIES OF LOVING, AND THE INNATE DESIRE FOR DEEP, SENSUAL INTIMACY IN ALL RELATIONSHIPS. LETTING GO OF FEAR AND TRANSITIONING INTO JOY.
My passion is to write about life’s traumas and tell them through a love story, giving real life examples of how love and intimacy helps to open our heart. My first series, Broken Bottles, is a Four Part family saga about the effects of battling family alcoholism. It freezes us, makes us fear real and imagined abandonment, and stops us from taking risks to form loving relationships. For me, the effects were so far reaching; even I didn’t understand them until many years later. From pursuing my own education, to surviving every day, wearing makeup, the way I dressed, tip toeing around the house avoiding my father’s rage and drunkenness, I learned to trust no one when growing up. My books will take you on a journey that shows how the main character in each book learns to understand how precious life is and how wonderful intimacy and vulnerability can be. It’s about letting go of fears and transitioning into joy. I hope you like them. Read More…
“I write stories about the difficulties of loving: Parents, Siblings, Children, Friends, and Lovers — they all bring the challenge of desperate joy and deep despair. It’s always with a message of hope and an open heart that I tackle growing up in addiction, the effects of obesity, brain trauma, and the challenges of being an introvert.”
An e book series outlining in a step by step way, over working within our challenges to…
A Contemporary Romance about learning to love the body we have.