One More Time: A Personal Battle with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder & Depression Paul McKechnie

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Published: September 10th 2014

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34 pages


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One More Time: A Personal Battle with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder & Depression  by  Paul McKechnie

One More Time: A Personal Battle with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder & Depression by Paul McKechnie
September 10th 2014 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 34 pages | ISBN: | 8.24 Mb

One More Time......or else theyll die. The voice in my head telling me this has dictated my life with this endless intrusive thought since I was 7 years old. Its brought me to the brink of contemplating taking my own life, a life dominated byMoreOne More Time......or else theyll die. The voice in my head telling me this has dictated my life with this endless intrusive thought since I was 7 years old. Its brought me to the brink of contemplating taking my own life, a life dominated by Obsessive Compulsive Disorder that developed into depression.

I was 36 years old before I was dragged kicking and screaming to my Doctor ready to face up to the reality of my illness. By that time I had lived with the condition for nearly 30 years but if I hadnt walked into the Doctors that day, I doubt I would have been here ten years later writing about it.If the media is to be believed then OCD is quirky, funny, makes you clean a lot! The reality is somewhat more serious, distressing and potentially life threatening. I’ve contemplated writing my experiences down for some time now and I’m finally in the correct head space to make sense of it all.

I’ve come out of the other side of the most testing time of my life during which I felt the loneliest I have ever felt. It nearly destroyed me and were it not for the love of my beautiful wife, three boys and my family as a whole I would have allowed it to. I dont want anyone to experience the same distress, loneliness and day-to-day living nightmare that I did. I can’t promise or offer a cure. Like a recovering alcoholic or former drug addict it’s always there. The fear and the urge will never leave you. This is a brief insight into my own personal battle.............My name is Paul and I have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.



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