“Hope for me, means, hope to reclaim the beautiful life that you want to live. Hope for a future where you can have goals and ambitions and achieve them. Hope where you can access treatment that will, in many cases, be life saving and allow you to lead the life you want to live.”


“There is so much misunderstanding about OCD. And the more research there is, the more awareness there is, the more knowledge there is, the more conversation there is — the more of a chance we have of changing all of this representation, all of the stereotypes, all of the stigma.”

Meet Harrison


“It just snowballs. Everything snowballs in OCD. So you gotta just not pick up the snow. Just gotta let it be, let the snow hit the ground, let the thought hit the ground, and just don’t pick it up.”

Meet Tia


“That’s a piece that I wish more people saw, was just the freedom of choice that I regained and the fact that I’m able now to choose things that are values consistently, where as before, I felt really shamed and scared to choose anything besides my OCD.”