When you look up hardheaded in the dictionary, my picture is right there.'
Clay Ballentine spent the first fifty-one years of his life fighting a battle against an unknown enemy: thyroid disease. From childhood, he noticed he was a bit different. His mind worked differently than his peers, he would sweat more and sleep less than others, and he was easily angered and constantly anxious. But Clay was unwilling and afraid to share this information with anyone, leading him to a silent struggle alone. Here, he shares a detailed account of his experience to help sufferers and friends and family of potential sufferers begin the process of understanding this often overlooked and greatly misunderstood disease.
Learn the answer to Clay's ultimate question, Why Am I Anxious?, before any more time passes.