“I just want to tell you I think your music is as good as anything that’s out there.”
I was 21 years old when a Grammy-winning record producer said that to me. It was during the recording sessions for my first album, “The Shortest Life.”
Many people say I’m a talented songwriter and musician, but . . . I suffer from a crippling mental health condition called obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD.)
OCD has ruined my music career (for the most part.) In many ways, OCD has ruined my life.
But . . . OCD hasn’t killed my spirit. I have hope for a better future.
In this book, I tell my story publicly for the first time. I include plenty of humor and anecdotes. I also include the 7 most profound lessons I have learned about fear. You can apply these lessons to your own life, even if you do not have OCD or anxiety issues.
Curious to know what life is like with OCD?
Want to learn how to better handle fear?
Do you know someone who has OCD, or suffer from OCD yourself?
Learn more about my story by downloading your copy of “Compulsive, Broken, but Still Alive” today.
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Dan Leigh is an author and independent health researcher. In his books, Dan provides solid and actionable advice for making positive life changes. As a longtime OCD and anxiety sufferer, Dan has particular interest in mental health strategies and research. His relentless search for knowledge has led him to study facets of natural health and healing, mental health, and Eastern spirituality.
Dan’s books are channels for him to share his diverse knowledge and experience for the benefit of others. In addition to being an author, Dan is a singer/songwriter whose music has been heard on hundreds of television shows. In his spare time, Dan enjoys hiking and foraging for wild food.