Rebecca Hall has spent the past 15 years living a life of deception and deception has had her life turned upside down.
After leaving the home she had grown up in and moved out of for her own safety, Hall was diagnosed with a severe form of OCD.
In fact, Hall had spent many years battling her mental illness, and despite the difficulties, Hall has still remained focused on the things that matter most to her: her family, her husband, her job and her home.
The 23-year-old was born in the United Kingdom, to a mother of two and a father of two children.
The family moved to Ireland after her parents divorced when she was eight years old.
After graduating high school, Hall moved to New York to study psychology at Columbia University, but the move left her emotionally scarred.
After graduation, Hall went to work as a research psychologist at a prestigious hospital.
She would work with families who had suffered trauma and abuse and her patients.
However, she was often the only person in the room with their families and she felt overwhelmed by the stress and anxiety that the patients were going through.
“It’s not a good feeling,” Hall said.
“When I’d go to a funeral, I’d have tears running down my face.
I’d be sitting at the funeral table and there was this emptiness and I was completely empty and I just wanted to go home.”
Hall was diagnosed as having OCD in 2016, when she started working with families of patients with the disorder.
It was then that she decided to go public with her experiences, and the public’s reaction has been incredible.
“I had been telling my husband and my parents about the situation and they were shocked.
I felt like I was in the middle of an epidemic, but now I’m finally starting to feel normal again,” Hall told The Huffington Times.
Hall said she was also in a state of shock when she heard of the number of children in the U.K. who were being treated for the condition, and said she felt helpless when her own children were in the same situation.
She said her life had been transformed, and she was grateful for the support she received from the public.
“When people were talking about my illness and my mental illness and saying it was a huge problem and it’s something that needs to be addressed, it was really hard to hear,” Hall added.
Hall has since been a part of the Food Hall Project, a support group for families and professionals who suffer from OCD.
It is a unique opportunity to share stories of families who have been impacted by the condition and the struggles they have faced.
The Food Hall team also works with local authorities and charities to help with the crisis, and they work to provide a safe space for people who suffer with the condition to get help.
“People come to the Food Court to talk about their lives and their struggles and they’re not alone,” Hall explained.
“We need to do everything we can to help other people get through the cycle of OCD, and we are working to provide that support to the communities and communities that have been affected by this.”
In recent months, Hall and her team have had to deal with the emotional trauma of the public and the community.
Hall said that the public was constantly on the lookout for the worst and most destructive things in her personal life.
“My husband had been working in the food industry for eight years and he was a very normal person and I didn’t think it was that different, but then I would go home and he’d be in his office and he would be writing letters, and it was just so upsetting and so sad.”
He had to get his anxiety medication and I had to take my medication.
He was a really great man.
He’d always have this smile and a smile that was always there.
“Hall said the public kept asking her how she was doing, and as a result, she became obsessed with her job.”
All of the sudden, my husband was going through so much pain.
I had become obsessed with my job and I thought, I’ll just work for the rest of my life.
That was a terrible thing for me to think,” Hall recounted.
“It’s something I’m very mindful of and I’m not like that. “
I’m very aware that I’m in a situation that I can’t really control,” Hall, who is now on a support order, told The HuffPost.
“It’s something I’m very mindful of and I’m not like that.
I just try to focus and go from there.
I don’t really feel like I’m a bad person.
I’ve had so much support from the people that I’ve worked with, and I’ve found people who love me.
I don’t have any issues with the people, but I do have some issues with myself.”
In addition to the food court, Hall said she is