A post shared by Lily Bailey (@lilybaileyuk) on Jan 28, 2015 at 11:16am PST instagram I believed I could kill someone by thinking it, or even believed that I have killed someone.
Lily Bailey on living with OCD: ‘My brain was filled with weird, uncomfortable thoughts’ Lucy Clark Tired of people misunderstanding OCD, the UK model and writer decided to share her secret inner
For her, OCD has been an all-consuming mental illness which left her believing she could kill someone just by thinking it. As a child, OCD was her cruel imaginary friend – who would tell the now
Lily Bailey, 22, from London has suffered with OCD her whole life which gave her a compulsion to make lists detailing 400 things she’d done wrong in a day, which she would spend hours scouring.
Jun 10, 2016 · ‘I can’t be sure that I came out of the womb with OCD,” says Lily Bailey.. “People always say you can’t have it when you’re a baby – and for most people it comes on in teenage years
Lily Bailey has been modeling for three years and has appeared in campaigns for clothing brands and national magazines. She is the author of the book Because We Are Bad: OCD And A Girl Lost In
Lily Bailey has been modelling for three years and has appeared in campaigns for clothing brands and national glossies. She is the author of the book Because We Are Bad: OCD and a Girl Lost in
Lily Bailey, 23, suffered from such extreme OCD that, as a child, she was convinced she was a murderer. ‘I believed I was a murderer’ – OCD sufferer wrote endless lists about all the things
Lily Bailey grew up with an imaginary friend. It wasn’t until she was 16 she realised the voice was her Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Warning: This story discusses suicide.
Bailey, now 23, and author of the recently released, international bestseller Because We Are Bad, about her struggle with OCD, says like many others she believed people with the disorder would
Lily Bailey’s OCD felt normal to her as a child, because she’d always experienced its crippling effects. It was only later, the model and journalist tells Sophie Haydock, that she understood she didn’t need to feel that way “I believed I could kill someone by thinking it”: Lily Bailey on living with OCD – BBC Three