OVERCOMING AN OCD, is a story about the author and a few of her friendsí battle with OCD.
Overcoming An OCD
OVERCOMING AN OCD, is a story about the author and a few of her friends’ battle with OCD. This story has some interesting conversations between the author and her friends as they discuss their individual OCD. Sandi Sawyer makes no claims that her cure will cure anyone, however, she sincerely hopes that everyone who reads this book will benefit tremendously from it and that it will help people to understand OCD sufferers.
My fears really began after seeing a rat in our bedroom when I was pregnant with my first child. I was terribly afraid of rats and mice and Iím still afraid of rats; and Iím not especially fond of mice either. Anyway, when I saw the rat I put one of my hands on my stomach and the other one on my mouth as I let out a scream. I suppose thatís a natural reaction for anyone thatís afraid of rodents, or terribly afraid of anything. A few days later I remembered what I had heard my mother say about marking unborn babies and became horribly afraid that my baby would be born looking like a rat. The rest of my pregnancy was a nightmare.