New Poetry Book Reminds to Look After One's Mental Health
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Hickerson considers the book as an important part of her recovery from depression, containing unresolved grief and forgiveness, and her thoughts on suicide. Ultimately, she tells how she was able to bring herself "back from the darkness into light."
"Wet Hands and Ginger Hair" is a call for an open discussion about depression, suicide and other mental health issues. As someone who has gone through hard times, Hickerson aims to offer inspiration to others facing the same challenges.
"There is hope at the end of a very dark tunnel," she says. "It takes a lot of time to recover; I was depressed for two and a half years and it's about the same amount of time to feel somewhere near 'normal.'"
"Wet Hands and Ginger Hair"
By Zoë Hickerson
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 474 pages | ISBN 9781514466605
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 474 pages | ISBN 9781514466599
E-Book | 474 pages | ISBN 9781514466582
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Zoë Hickerson has always wanted to be a nurse from an early age. She grew up in various places, including Hong Kong, before it became an autonomous territory, and in the U.K. She is a qualified learning disability nurse and mental health nurse. She then moved to New Zealand for work. In 2013, she planned a trip around the world when an incident happened. In 2017, Hickerson started writing books. She is the author of "The Other Side of the Name Badge," "A Window Through to Your Soul" and "Wet Hands and Ginger Hair."