We live in this series of diverse events of drama and comedy, where Marnie is shaken by the realisation that she has pushed Shereen too far. She is convinced that everyone is turning against her now that they know about her condition. At Amber's birthday party she begins to spiral out of control.
Pure deals in extremes, but it is for anyone who at one time or another hasn't felt in control of their brain, and has experienced the awful fear, demoralisation, despair and loneliness that comes with it.
The OCD takes something of a backseat in what starts, at least, as more conventional messed-up-girl-moves-to-the-big-city-to-find-herself drama, but if you liked all the other stuff like this, you'll like this too.