Kenneth E. Nelson didnat intend to become a twenty-year volunteer speaker for MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) and SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions). It certainly wasnat in his thoughts to become a sort of Ann Landers for teenagers. Somehow one step led to another, and before long, the personal rewards were so great he couldnat stop. After delivering a presentation to a high school class, he was surprised to receive a letter from one of the students detailing his troubles with alcohol. This boyas letter was the first of thousands that arrived after Nelsonas more than 4, 700 lectures (and counting). Many of these letters are here in this unique collection of candid, honest and revealing letters from teenagers. In Dear Mr. Nelson, Nelson has compiled a book of written expressions that may never be duplicated again.I know a part of being an alcoholic is claiming that you dona#39;t have a problem with it. Thata#39;s exactly what he does. ... We were driving around in a small Honda Civic when suddenly we crashed into a pick-up truck. We were out on a country road.
|Title||:||Dear Mr. Nelson|
|Author||:||Kenneth E. Nelson|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2010-07-09|