I Hardly Ever Wash My Hands: The Other Side of OCD - J.J. Keeler Won this book through the goodreads first reads program. I don't really see the humor other people are mentioning. I thought it odd that she doesn't talk about being diagnosed or her treatment. Chapters seem a little disconnected. It's very hard to relate to the author and her feelings. She can't always determine what is real and what isn't. She thinks things have happened just because she thought about it.