Glendale author helps readers deal with depression, inspires emotional wholeness in new self-help book


GLENDALE , R.I. — Author Forshia Ross announces the nationwide release of her
encouraging new book, “No Secondhand Rose, My Name Is Forshia: Who Are You?”

“No Secondhand Rose, My Name is Forshia” is written for those who question their
existence in the world, who struggle to live up to their own and loved ones’
expectations and whose emotions threaten to overwhelm them. In this self-help book,
Ross shares her journey and insights as she has traveled the same path and
understood the turmoil. Readers will walk with her as she shares her hospital
experience and painful battle for emotional wholeness.

In this raw yet beautifully written account of how God redeemed her from depression
and despair, Ross has added pertinent and helpful reflection questions for others
who are suffering the same way or for those whose loved ones are in similar pain.

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through
bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at, or by
visiting or

Ross, who is a licensed and ordained minister, is the head of the international
ministry, Treasures from the Heart, which started in 1990 on the outskirts of
Washington, D.C. She fulfills the call of ministry to help people through
television, radio, books, Bible studies, speaking engagements and her website: Ross has won two Rhode Island PEG Awards for Best
Religious/Spirituality TV Program and has also published “The Wilderness Shall
Blossom Like the Rose,” the second book of a trilogy about her journey to wholeness.