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The groundrules and checkpoints he uses make so much sense and seem so simple to apply.
It just sounds ridiculous, like who in the world could have this problem, but it's something real and you can start to understand it with books like this.
As a lifetime OCD sufferer I've finally found a book that describes in detail the terror this disease causes individuals and their families.
I am an attorney that has spent 25+ years representing the best interests of children and adults in juvenile court and family court. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lisa Faulstich
Shannon Shy’s book: “It'll be Okay.” is more than just some personal confession. It may give one a better strategy to combat his/her own OCD. Read more
Shannon is a guy with OCD and he learned to beat this terrible anxiety disorder! A really great read.Published 4 months ago by Bridgette Carpenter
I feel this book wasa. Very helpful look at OCD. I have battled the disease my self and the steps and ideas that Shy uses are great to have as extra tools. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jose Alfaro
As someone who has suffered with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder most of my life it's always a comfort to know that I'm not alone; oh and not crazy too! Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jason from VA
My wife read this book as said that the book focused on the extreme person versus the person that is just getting start with an OCD disorder. Read morePublished 12 months ago by William S. Gross
Great insight from someone with OCD. I found a lot that will help me conquer OCD. I will be reading it againPublished 14 months ago by Missy Schening
As a lifetime OCD sufferer I've finally found a book that describes in detail the terror this disease causes individuals and their families. Read morePublished 15 months ago by N. Doyle