Jeff Bell is a longtime veteran of radio and television news and currently coanchors the afternoon news at KCBS Radio in San Francisco. A sought-after motivational speaker, Bell serves as a spokesperson for the nonprofit International Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Foundation (formerly the Obsessive Compulsive Foundation), to which he is donating a portion of this book's proceeds.
Michael Jenike, MD, Harvard Medical School professor of
psychiatry, lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
"A much-needed work."
-- Larry King
"Jeff Bell's humanity, lovely sense of humor, and bravery will
no doubt help many people who struggle with uncertainty learn how
to 'make belief.' Thank you, dear Jeff."
-- Patty Duke, actress and advocate "Jeff Bell has created a primer for dealing with both logical and illogical doubts. His honest and compelling account of his battle with obsessive compulsive disorder offers practical strategies straight from the belly of the beast."
-- Jonathan LaPook, MD, associate clinical professor of medicine, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center "A breakthrough book...Jeff Bell's insights can make a profound difference for anyone struggling with uncertainty in their personal or professional lives."
-- Patrick Lencioni, New York Times bestselling author of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team and president of The Table Group, Inc. "At once humble, human, practical, thoughtful, and masterful."
-- Stephen Hinshaw, PhD, psychology department chair, University of California, Berkeley