Thea Joshi works in communications for the charity Centre for Mental Health. She is fiercely passionate about churches becoming safe spaces for anyone living with a mental health problem, and blogs about faith and OCD over here. She lives in Nottingham and loves tea, dogs and the facepalm emoji. You can follow her on Twitter @TheaCope.
I struggle with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and there are so many misconceptions the world has about it
The media is riddled with skewed representations of OCD. Writer Thea Joshi explains the realities of battling the disorder and how indiviudals, churches and communities can better support people in their journey.