Recovery From Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Top Quote Author Misti Stevenson tells her story of struggling with the symptoms of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. In her new book, "He Delivered Even Me, He Will Deliver Even You," Misti talks about the long road she had to take towards recovery. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) March 29, 2015 - Salt Lake City, UT - "He Delivered Even Me, He Deliver Even You," is available at Deseret Book and Amazon. Misti Stevenson is available for media interviews and speaking engagements. Contact Rodney Fife at (385) 223 8975 or PR ( @ ) Ironrodmedia dot com to make arrangements dot

    Growing up, Misti thought she had a pretty normal childhood. Right up until the sixth grade. That is when she began to notice things. Like how she was constantly aware of every blink of her eyes. How any normal physical thing could become an enemy that her brain would replay over and again. She tried talking to her parents about it, but family dysfunction and parental control issues would not let them see her problem for what it was. So she did everything she could to hide it. It would take her many more years to attach a name to her tortuous condition--Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

    However, after many more years of struggling, praying, and counseling, Misti experienced the miracle she had been seeking-she was healed. So she is done hiding. This is her story of suffering through and eventually being recovered from OCD, anxiety, and depression through the power of the Atonement of Jesus Christ. This is her story of how the Lord turned her deepest struggles into her greatest blessings.

    "Misti's journey through the darkness and into the light is engrossing, filled with candid details of her pain, until her ultimate triumph over this awful affliction through her faith in Christ. Whether or not the reader suffers from OCD, Misti's heartfelt story will uplift and inspire to seek the Savior's grace in overcoming any personal trials." ~Jennifer Griffith, author of Big in Japan

    "Misti Stevenson has done a remarkable job of personalizing a great story that could offer comfort and hope to an untold number of people," -- Chris Stewart, author of "The Great and Terrible," series.

    About Misti Stevenson:
    Misti Stevenson spent 23 years living an abundant and productive life yet simultaneously living in an invisible prison - a prison of OCD. It nearly completely robbed her of joy and peace.

    No one knew how much she was hurting. Misti had a quick natural laugh that concealed her crippling internal battle. However, she finally found a path to recovery and was healed. She considers it a miracle. A miracle she now loves sharing with others. A miracle you too can access.

    Misti now enjoys her busy and joy-filled life in Kaysville with her husband, Jed, and five active children. When not helping her kids with homework, tackling a mountain of laundry, or serving at church, she loves to do yoga, and especially loves hiking in the beautiful Wasatch Mountains with her family.

    Facing her OCD was difficult. Telling her family was almost impossible. Writing about it, the supreme act of faith. She has felt supported by the Savior each step of the way. Misti knows you or someone you love may be among those who are silently suffering in a seemingly insurmountable set of circumstances and loves spreading the Savior's message of hope and deliverance through the telling of her story.

    For more information, contact: Rodney Fife, Ironrod Media, (385) 223 8975, PR ( @ ) Ironrodmedia dot com

    Press Contact:
    Rodney Fife
    Ironrod Media
    Provo , UT 84606
    385 223 8975

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