Nowhere Near Normal: A Memoir of OCD - Traci Foust

I was really curious about this because of the subject matter, thinking I would find a relatable story, but found myself not really liking the writing style and the OCD seemed to be more of a background element in a story about family tensions (at least it felt that way to me as the reader). The writing was very frenetic but not in a way I found enjoyable and at times it seemed like there was unnecessary shock-value crudeness. I did, however, find the interview at the back of the book somewhat interesting and I like what the author had to say in her afterword, and the fact that she included resources for help for readers who may be suffering from a similar situation. I still say Augusten Burroughs is the best at this kind of writing.