Wibbly Wobblies That Live Inside My Tummy’ is a powerful, useful and entertaining tool for patient and carer education.
This book beautifully describes the symptoms of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in the form of a children’s story, written from the perspective of Max, a young boy who has OCD. Any child or adult will warm to these descriptions and pictures.
Max’s intended audience is other children who have OCD and family and friends, who have also been touched by the difficulties associated with living with OCD. Max portrays OCD as a real illness and that with the right medical support and also love and care from family and friends, other sufferers can seek out help and find a reprieve from the wretched Wibbly Wobblies and their nasty tricks.
Living with OCD can be a debilitating experience. However, Max’s story is a true story of victory and triumph. It is a story of hope.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and OCD