Author(s): Andrew Puccetti
Andrew Puccetti should have had a happy childhood. His parents loved each other, and they loved him. But Andrew did not love himself.Battling extreme OCD and anxiety, Andrew learnt to survive, day by painful day. At nine years old, he realised that he was the odd one out. No one else experienced life like he did. With professional help, Andrew regained control over his life, and that gave him the strength to come out to his family. But his OCD wasn't finished with him yet ... Andrew's brave story addresses one of life's big questions: how do you carry on, knowing that the thing that hurts you most, can keep coming back?