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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
OCD to Me: An Anthology of Anxieties by Ryan Bernstein is a helpful book for readers who are battling OCD. The shared stories of struggles in the book are both enlightening and empowering, and give hope to all those who are suffering. The stories will also help to raise awareness, motivate others to take action, and even bring people and communities together to effect change. The book will also help readers to embrace their strengths during the trials and tribulations. OCD can be disruptive and this book is also for those who have loved ones suffering from OCD because it will help to understand them better.
The author raises awareness about OCD through this book and he uses his personal experiences to share tips on how to manage OCD. The book is good to help readers understand OCD properly and will inspire them to find their own path when it comes to handling the disease. The treatment information, tips, and practical advice will give hope to many readers who are battling the OCD monster and also to those who have loved ones with OCD. The author handles the topic expansively and with clarity. He also discusses some of the myths associated with OCD. There are also a few OCD stories from around the world which are quite helpful when it comes to understanding OCD. Two psychologists contribute and give valuable information and practical advice on how to handle OCD, which can help many readers. The book is definitely an eye-opener and I have a better understanding of OCD now after reading it.