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Lisa Curry’s memoir has already become a bestseller

Lisa Curry’s memoir has already become a number one bestseller, after she revealed how the heartbreaking book is helping others.

Lisa Curry’s memoir has rocketed to the top of the Australian bestseller list.

Her tome, Lisa: A Memoir – 60 Years of Life, Love & Loss, is a raw account of the 59-year-old athlete’s difficult life and recent family tragedies.

On Saturday, the daily telegraph reported that the book went “straight to number one” upon its release.

Winner: Lisa Curry's memoir (pictured) has rocketed to the top of the best-seller list in Australia

Winner: Lisa Curry’s memoir (pictured) has rocketed to the top of the best-seller list in Australia

On Friday, Lisa revealed that she hopes her new book will help others struggling like her.

“My life’s ambition has always been to use my experiences to help others, ever since I was a teenager going to teacher’s school,” she said. The daily telegraph.

Lisa went on to reveal that she has been “inundated with messages on social media” from people who have related to her trip.

Raw: Her tome, Lisa: A Memoir - 60 Years of Life, Love & Loss, is a raw account of the 59-year-old athlete's difficult life.

Raw: Her tome, Lisa: A Memoir – 60 Years of Life, Love & Loss, is a raw account of the 59-year-old athlete’s difficult life.

“The book only came out a week ago and I already know that my lived experiences have helped people in more ways than I ever imagined,” he said.

In the book, the Olympic swimmer shares harrowing new details about her daughter Jaimi Kenny’s private struggles before her death at 33.

In an excerpt from her biography, Lisa claims that a friend once “took advantage” of Jaimi while she was drunk.

Difficult: In the book, the Olympic swimmer shares harrowing new details about her daughter Jaimi Kenny's private struggles before her death at age 33.  I was drunk

Difficult: In the book, the Olympic swimmer shares harrowing new details about her daughter Jaimi Kenny’s private struggles before her death at age 33. I was drunk

The alleged incident occurred in the man’s car after he offered to give her a ride home from a party.

“Jaimi was drunk enough to be taken advantage of without being able to put up a fight, but not so drunk that he couldn’t remember what had happened,” Lisa wrote in the excerpt published by the herald sun.

The grieving mother described the incident as a “complete breach of trust” and “one more wound in Jaimi’s already deeply traumatic and painful life.

Elsewhere, Lisa shared heartbreaking details of Jaimi’s battle with an eating disorder.

Struggles: Lisa also shared heartbreaking details of Jaimi's battle with an eating disorder

Struggles: Lisa also shared heartbreaking details of Jaimi’s battle with an eating disorder

Jaimi, Lisa’s daughter with former Ironman and Olympic bronze medal winner Grant Kenny, died at Sunshine Coast University Hospital in September 2020. She was 33 years old.

He had been battling alcoholism and an eating disorder for years before his death.

Lisa and Grant, once considered a golden couple of Australian sport, married in 1984, welcomed three children together – son Jett and daughters Jaimi and Morgan – and separated in 2009.

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Loss: Jaimi, Lisa's daughter with former Ironman and Olympic bronze medal winner Grant Kenny, died at Sunshine Coast University Hospital in September 2020. She was 33 years old.

Loss: Jaimi, Lisa’s daughter with former Ironman and Olympic bronze medal winner Grant Kenny, died at Sunshine Coast University Hospital in September 2020. She was 33 years old.

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