In this follow-up to “DAMAGED GOODS: An Autobiography”, the author brings new light on the true story in which she received a desperate call from a stranger from her past beckoning her to his side in the wake of a car accident. This journey unravels the untold stories, details, struggles, secrets, pictures, updates and path of learning how to dream again in the midst of losing everything that were never included in the first book.
Based on Charlotte Hunt’s miraculous journey in learning to hope, “DAMAGED GOODS: Learning To Dream Again” is an amazingly uplifting, funny, transforming and life-changing story of an invitation to recall her fight in learning how to dream and hope again. Concluding with a cliff-hanger ending, “DAMAGED GOODS: Learning To Dream Again” takes the reader on a whirlwind of tragedy, hopelessness, and a mother’s curse to a landing of success, inspiration, and a legacy of hope. Experience a journey to begin to dream again.
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Charlotte D. Hunt is a national speaker, teacher, author, radio personality, encouragement expert, founder of Dream Madly Ministries, and favorite lecturer for the First Lady of Tennessee, district attorney offices, corporate leadership and sales programs, treatment providers, Christian leadership, educators, non-profits, and women’s conferences. For over 23 years, she has been dedicated to releasing and exhorting lives to “Dream Madly, Pursue Wildly, and Trust Completely!”
After studying music education, psychology, and vocal jazz studies in Akron, OH, Charlotte went on to teach at the prestigious Oberlin Conservatory of Music and had a successful career as a music director, background vocalist, studio musician and jazz artist working and touring with world-renown performers in the music industry. Charlotte continued her career as a voice-over artist, stage and reparatory actor in off Broadway touring companies with performance in national television documentaries and commercials, radio programs, PBS specials, jingles, and internationally as a runway model.
Although successful in her career, she lived with dark secrets from her past. For years she struggled with addictions, eating disorders, suicidal thoughts and the overwhelming belief that she could never be used to impact lives because of the mistakes and tragedy of her past. Her story is featured in the national documentaries, “A View from the Shadows” Part 1 and Part 2 and “Out of the Shadows”.
Charlotte has triumphed over a tragic and abusive past to become a dynamic author, teacher, speaker, encourager and impacting leader of changed lives throughout diverse audiences around the country. Her success has been rooted in her “ability to stretch people to start believing that it is possible to dream again!”
Above all things, Charlotte’s mission is to motivate, impact, and exhort lives to walk unencumbered from their past, exploring possibilities in the present, while renewing lost dreams and visions for their future.