Elizabeth McIngvale

Her victory over debilitating Obsessive Compulsive disorder

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Imagine compulsively washing your hands over one hundred times a day until the skin is raw. Picture an obsession with religious symbolism which causes you to avoid the number 6 at all costs, or not being able to use a bookmark, and having to restart every book again and again on page one. This was the debilitating mental prison called Obsessive Compulsive Disorder that Elizabeth McIngvale suffered in, and which almost drove her to take her own life, until her family and #NeverQuit attitude helped her break free. This week on the TNQ Podcast, the team is not only excited to welcome Elizabeth, who’s gone on to earn her doctorate, found the Peace of Mind Foundation, and become spokeswoman for the International OCD Foundation, but also guest-host Morgan Luttrell. Since David ‘Rut’ Rutherford is on vacation this week, Marcus Luttrell and the team could think of no one better than his own twin brother, former Navy SEAL officer, and soon to be Doctor of Neuroscience to slide in and cover down. As always, this week the TNQ Podcast brings you a strong dose of inspiration along with many powerful insights and advice to help you fight the combat of life. Do your part by helping us spread McIngvale’s story and advice, as well as, those from our other incredible guests, by sharing with family and friends. Great Stories Ignite Legends.

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