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Understanding Mental Illness through Fiction in Touching Book

Sheila Hinnenkamp creates awareness of mental illness in her collection of short stories.


Port Richey, Florida – WEBWIRE

A collection of four short stories, the characters in each have not been named in order to enable people to put themselves in their shoes, hopefully to identify them to someone they know or relate to them personally.

What is normal? This is the concept that Sheila Hinnenkamp wants to challenge with her fictional short stories of different mental illnesses in her book, Journeys of the Mind.
 
A collection of four short stories, the characters in each have not been named in order to enable people to put themselves in their shoes, hopefully to identify them to someone they know or relate to them personally. Featuring depression and delusions, dissociative identity disorder or schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s, and codependency, it is the author’s wish that the stories will instill empathy in the hearts of the readers and make them more understanding of those who are not classified as normal by the standards and norms of society today.
 
 
Journeys of the Mind
Written by Sheila Hinnenkamp
Paperback | $10.99
Kindle | $3.99
 
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online book retailers.
 
About the Author
 
Sheila Hinnenkamp is a quirky and artistic single mother of three grown children. She has earned her living as a licensed hairstylist for twenty-four years and has a love for reading and writing. She enjoys being busy and is interested in many forms of arts and crafts, like making beaded jewelry and crocheting. She has a degree in human services, and it is because of this she became intrigued with mental illnesses, their causes, and their treatments. Although a native of Wichita, she has lived in the Tampa Bay area of Florida for twenty-eight years.
 


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 Sheila Hinnenkamp
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