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Ingrid Serck-Hanssen Shows Parents How To Deal With Teenage Drug Addiction With New Book Release
Minneapolis, MN – A new book by Ingrid-Serck Hanssen has recently hit the book stands, offering both hope and encouragement for families caught within the whirlwind of a teenage child’s self-destructive behavior.
This remarkable book shines as a ray of hope for desperate and troubled parents. Serck-Hannsen delivers a passionate call for parents not to turn their backs on their child’s drug use. She advises parents to confront drug use immediately even when such use is only recreational or experimental. The lessons contained in her wonderful new book further illustrate the importance of letting your child take responsibility for his or her own recovery, and make for an absolutely enlightening and uplifting read for all parents out there.
Already, the book is getting great reviews. It’s been described as being “a captivating read” as well as being “heartbreaking and uplifting at the same time”. Former Congressman Jim Ramstead of the 3rd District of Minnesota calls it a “compelling book”, and has recommended it to the Hazelden Foundation as a “must-read for any co-dependent”
ABOUT INGRID SERCK-HANSSEN
Ingrid Serck-Hanssen is an academic advisor at the Walden University in Minneapolis where she is also earning her masteral degree in Mental Health Counseling. She aims to dedicate her life to raising public awareness of the impact of early drug use and to helping other families cope with teenage drug addiction.
For more information, to contact Ingrid Serck-Hanssen, or to buy What Next? When Your Kid Steals Your Van, visit http://www.ingridsh.com.
Author: Ingrid Serck-Hanssen. Title: What Next? When Your Kid Steals Your Van. Genre: Auto-biography. Categories: Self-Help / Substance Abuse & Addictions / General. ISBN: 9781456455231. Paperback: 396pp.
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