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Strange Life: Struggling with the Mysteries of OCD
     

Strange Life: Struggling with the Mysteries of OCD

by Larry Morgan
 

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This is the true story of a life of mental pain from an undiagnosed malady--obsessive compulsive disorder--with the associated suffering of panic attacks and clinical depression. Several of the most debilitating episodes are detailed to try to insure the reader understands the effects of these disorders. Morgan hopes his book will enlighten the public of the plight

Overview

This is the true story of a life of mental pain from an undiagnosed malady--obsessive compulsive disorder--with the associated suffering of panic attacks and clinical depression. Several of the most debilitating episodes are detailed to try to insure the reader understands the effects of these disorders. Morgan hopes his book will enlighten the public of the plight the individual with obsessive compulsive disorder suffers and to encourage those with these symptoms to get professional help immediately.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012161925
Publisher:
Grateful Steps
Publication date:
01/28/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
249 KB

Meet the Author

Morgan was born in 1944 in a three-room shack in the Nantahala Mountains of North Carolina. He is the seventh of ten children. In 1956, his family moved to Guilford County near Greensboro, NC. He graduated in 1962 from Colfax Union School. Despite receiving several basketball scholarships, he chose to stay close to home by attending High Point University, graduating in 1966. Morgan holds a Master of Education and Education Specialist degrees and principal's certificate from the University of NC-Greensboro. His teaching career began in the fall of 1966 at Ferndale Junior High in High Point, NC. Later he taught in Davidson County before becoming the principal of Nantahala School, his alma mater. He went on to an administrative position in Randolph County, NC, from which he retired in 1996.

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