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"It'll be Okay.": How I Kept Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) from Ruining My Life Paperback – March 13, 2009
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Shannon provides his readers not only with practical advice about how
to manage OCD, but more importantly, shows us the meaning of courage
in the face your worst possible fears. --Diane Davey, RN, MBA, Program Director, OCD Institute, McLean Hospital
"It'll be Okay" is a must-read for anyone whose life has been touched by OCD. --Jeff Bell, Author, When in Doubt, Make Belief: An OCD-Inspired Approach to Living with Uncertainty
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A name is Required Serving over two hundred children between ages 5 and 15, NVYAA teams won four American Youth Football (AYF) national championships from 2005 to 2007. From 2007 to 2009, Shannon served as AYF's National Membership Director. A "ham" behind the mike, Shannon volunteers as stadium announcer for C.D. Hylton High School's football program and for the AYF national championships and national all-star game.
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People usually don't want to hear about how to "manage" a disease or condition; they want a complete cure. But the truth is that even people who do not have a disease or condition experience the same problems and challenges, perhaps to a lesser degree. My point is that everybody has stress and anxiety, times of deep sadness (depression), anger, etc. The trick is to learn how to manage the accompanying thoughts and feelings so that they don't steamroll your life. Shannon Shy shows how he has effectively done just that, and although his method of overcoming OCD may not be exactly right for all OCD sufferers, it can be tweaked and personalized and also spark new ideas on how OCD can be effectively managed.
I know you will enjoy reading this book as much as I have!
Thanks to Shannon Shy for having the courage to share and a gift for raising awareness and encouraging others - not easy tasks for today's writers.
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This book and Shannon's strategy has helped me and continues to help me in my battle with OCD. Checkpoint #5 really hit home because sometimes you just have to say that no matter... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I'm glad that Shannon Shy wrote this book. It is great that he is managing his OCD so well, and I'm happy for him. Read morePublished 5 months ago by TWOO32
Shannon Shy shares his own experience with OCD in order to help others--and he does. He's compassionate, wise, and honest. I highly recommend It'll Be Okay.Published 6 months ago by Alison Dotson
This book helped me further understand my son and to be able to talk to him with added confidence about ocd and ways forward. Read more
He fought the battle and one... Now he shares with us how to do the same. Thank you so much!Published 10 months ago by Brendaloveslilly
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 16 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 18 months ago by Bridgette Carpenter