Published on 5th June 2015 by

In the second instalment we continue to follow three people who’s lives have been crippled by obsessive compulsive disorder. Wendy Johnstone hasn’t shared a bed with her husband or touched her twin children for five years; Gerard McAree can’t leave phone messages, write anything down and prefers to walk around in public with a mouthful of water to prevent himself from speaking, and Sophie Prosser Morgan spends three hours a day washing her hands. The trio have tried medication and therapy but in a last ditch attempt for a cure they have agreed to share a house in put themselves in the hands of a team of therapists. But the drastic decision is not a guaranteed salvation.  



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