Jenn writes a compelling narrative of the obsessive thoughts and compulsive actions that invade as she struggles to leave the house with her hair straightener still hot. Now 2 years later, she shares that saying “I need help” was the first step towards her recovery with OCD.
Neurotic Nelly’s illness is invisible and her mind broken. But she knows she cannot trade it in for a new one and that’s okay.
Hannah shares her experience with BDD, anxiety and depression as she begins a new school year in a foreign country, not sure if she is mentally stable enough.
Daniel (OCD Andy) shares his story of finding 2 imperfect stones that teach him a greater lesson about himself.
Nelly shares her story of early on-set OCD using the symbolism of a paper doll. She sums up by how she has cultivated acceptance & how you are just right too.
Suzie Grogan shares her experience growing up with anxiety, OCD and depression in as she dealt with her father’s sadness and now his ghost.