Sommer opens up in this Stories From The OCD Side about her
struggles until she was 23 trying get a diagnosis so she did not
feel crazy. It was then she was able to turn her life around. Join
us for this wonderful story of OCD success
About the Podcast
Getting past the stereotypical beliefs about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is the goal. Being an advocate for OCD is the goal. OCD is not a handwashing or organization disorder, it is about anxiety. When OCD's anxiety does not show itself outward in a physical sense it becomes a hidden secret to only those who have it and the ones that support them. The world outside has no clue of the anxiety's present and thus it becomes the invisible wheelchair of the person who is dealing with the anxiety. It is time for the world to see and understand what that anxiety is doing to people.