From ISIS to air pollution, the comedian is sent on a mission by his wife (fellow comedian and worrier Lucy Beaumont) to investigate whether the things they are most scared about are going to kill them.
i remember being drowned at the age of 6-7 then soon after recovery i had obsession with the way i walk and step on things now i am 43 and still doing it with number orders. i am doing other things is well at home in my privacy, i have to be honest i realised this when i was 15 years old and i felt very awkward doing these things in my teens constantly checking if any one is actually watching me. i feel for every one who has OCD it did get easier with me over the years and my mum has it worse then me specially with her cleaning people don't want to even walk in to her house. i started not to care what people thought when i was doing this things also realise by observing around i was not alone there was lots of people unknown to me doing the same things i was doing. i am hoping that i will not become like my mum at the moment i am in control, i see from this movie there are people who is not i wished them all the best at getting better. film was well done with a lot of compassion and honesty i recommend it even is you do not have OCD it might make you see things differently.
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