YOU ARE MORE THAN YOUR MENTAL ILLNESS
IT IS POSSIBLE for mental illness and peaceful family relationships to coexist. Perfection is not a prerequisite for spiritual worthiness.
USING HER OWN STRUGGLES with OCD and anxiety, Kari Ferguson encourages others to combat the stigmas surrounding mental illness, invite an open dialogue as it relates to the gospel, and find freedom in healing and hope.
LEARN HOW TO regain control of your life or how to better support your loved ones through their trials. Take action against your mental illness and work to become the person you want to be.
I have been treating OCD and OCD-related disorders for close to thirty years and have been very much aware of the lack of resources for people of faith who have OCD. Kari openly describes her personal struggle with several types of OCD and is quite candid in describing the challenges she has faced. Kari’s book has already found a permanent place on my list of favorite books to recommend to clients.
—Robert W. McLellarn, PhD, founder and director of the Anxiety and Panic Treatment Center, Portland, Oregon
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