Compulsive, Broken, but Still Alive: OCD and a Better Life
“I just want to tell you I think your music is as good as anything that’s out there.”
I was 21 years old when a Grammy-winning record producer said that to me. It was during the recording sessions for my first album, The Shortest Life.
Many people say I’m a talented songwriter and musician, but . . . I suffer from a crippling mental health condition called obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD.)
OCD has ruined my music career (for the most part.) In many ways, OCD has ruined my life.
But . . . OCD hasn’t killed my spirit. I have hope for a better future.
In this book, I tell my story publicly for the first time. I include plenty of humor and anecdotes. I also include the 7 most profound lessons I have learned about fear. You can apply these lessons to your own life, even if you do not have OCD or anxiety issues.