|Love and work are uneasy bedfellows! To be successful in your love life and yet follow your career - this was Freud's prescription for a healthy human being. But was he referring only to men? Join Actress/author Muriel Bach as she recreates dramatic, amusing, and touching scenes from the lives of six wildly different women who each tried to fulfill Freud's formula.|
FREUD NEVER SAID IT WAS EASY is about heroines and all need great people in our lives, but especially teenagers. What a wonderful way to cultivate confidence and build self esteem in young people as well as sending positive messages to every woman in the workforce.
Bach gives you an opportunity to share enchanting moments in the lives of Agatha Christie, the world's most successful writer of detective stories and a mystery in herself; Clara Schumann, brilliant concert pianist and wife to composer Robert Schumann; Colette, writer of sensitive, sensual novels - the only French woman ever to receive a state funeral; Emma Goldman, union organizer, notorious for her love affairs; Lillian Gilbreth, first renowned woman efficiency expert (and mother of twelve children); Golda Meir, Israel's Prime Minister and premiere grandmother.
Yes, you have to live with a woman to know her.