Hanala Stadner, Second-generation Holocaust Survivor, Available to Speak on
Root Reasons Behind Britney, Lindsay and Paris Celebrity Meltdowns
BALTIMORE, Oct. 23 /PRNewswire/ --
WHAT: Hanala Stadner, L.A. author, TV personality and substance abuse
counselor specializing in celebrities, will share amusing excerpts
and sign copies of her Hollywood memoir on Oct. 26-28 in Baltimore
as part of a national book tour.
A recovered celebrity addict herself, Stadner is available to speak
to the media and other groups on the REAL reasons behind recent bad
behavior by Britney, Lindsay, Paris and other celebrities.
Hanala's bittersweet tome, My Parents Went Through The Holocaust
And All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt, details with humor and
heartache the self-help guru's chaotic upbringing by Holocaust
survivors, the spiral into drug addiction and destructive behavior,
and her eventual recovery.
WHO: Hanala tells the tale of a troubled family life that manifested
itself into years of insecurity, agoraphobia, drug and alcohol
addiction, eating disorders and toxic romances. She eventually
rose above her circumstances and bad decisions to help others
trapped in the cycle of dysfunction, especially those in
Hollywood's glaring media spotlight.
Today, Stadner maintains a L.A. substance abuse counseling practice
and a following as a cable TV host. She appears regularly on "The
Early Show," "E! News," CNN Showbiz Tonight" and "Extra."
Hanala is a warm, wise and very funny interview. Preview her wit
and wisdom at http://www.traumedycentral.com or
WHEN: Hanala is available in Baltimore for interviews Oct. 26-28. She
will sign copies of her book on Oct. 28 at 2pm at the Power Plant
Barnes & Noble, 601 E. Pratt Street. She also speaks at the Jewish
Museum of Maryland, 15 Lloyd Street, on Oct. 28 at 3:30pm.
|SOURCE Hanala Stadner|
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