Dandelion child in flower
“An uplifting and interesting book. You can really feel that it has been important for Tina to write it, though at first it was not meant for publication There is no doubt that the book will be an inspiration to many different readers: to people who have experienced difficulties in their past, to others, who have one or more disabilities, to caregivers and to professionals.
As a professional, it is certainly very motivating to read how with all the experiences she has had and the adversity she has ever met with, Tina has still managed to get to the point where she is today. It is good to be reminded that everyone, regardless of his or her background, has hidden strengths, some more than others, and that these should not be ignored in one’s work as a professional. Weaknesses and problems are often easier to spot, but they can also create a negative attitude towards people who, in one way or another, come in contact with the health system.
It is uplifting to read Tina’s own ways of compensating for the lack of help that she and her family were given. Cases like Tina’s, unfortunately, often tend to be ignored. I hope that others in similar situations will be able to use Tina’s experiences to spot solutions or opportunities they might not even know existed. I would definitely recommend the book to other professionals, to dandelion children and to their families.”
Emma Ehlers Nielsen, Psychologist, Dandelion Centre Nuuk, Greenland
Dandelion Child in Flower
Author and publisher: ® Tina M.-L. Campbell
Publisher number: 996917 DK-9310 Vodskov
® www.campbell.dk & www.facebook.com/DandelionChildInFlower
Edition: 1st edition, 1st impression
Published: June, 2015
Printing press: www.amazon.com
Translator: Catherine Brejnholt
Graphics: Inger Franck, Aalborg
Photography: Arie Kriegsmann, Morten Thorsø Pedersen and Tina M.-L. Campbell