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OCD Awareness Posts

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The second week in October is Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Awareness week.  If you’ve missed my previous OCD posts:

OCD and Dark Thoughts

OCD and Cutting

OCD and Agoraphobia

OCD and Medication

OCD and the Real Me

OCD and Going Mad

OCD and Superstition

OCD and Suicide

OCD and Insomnia

Pure-O -My type of OCD

OCD and Comorbid Conditions

OCD and Therapy

The Genetics of OCD (including my experiences with childhood OCD and symptoms)

OCD and the Sensory System

OCD and Religion

Common OCD Myths

OCD and PTSD

OCD – Repetitions, Patterns, and Other Compulsions

OCD in Love – Intimacy

OCD in a Writer

The Good Parts of OCD

OCD and Needing Help Now

 

Upcoming Posts (Subject to change and I’ll update daily with links.)

Sunday: OCD and Stigma

Monday: OCD and Phobias

Tuesday: OCD in Fiction

Wednesday: OCD and Addiction

Thursday: OCD and Intuition

Friday: OCD and Parenting

Saturday: OCD and Isolation

There’s some overlap in the topics for the record in regards to the condition itself and my experience with it…and that will continue. If you read them all at once, you’ll be all, “Whoa! Wendy! Enough about that part of your life!” but my memory sucks and not everyone reads them all at once. Actually, it’s crazy to realize there’s so many posts. I bleed out my fingers and my eyes whenever I post one of those. I hate posting things that personal…even as I’m driven to post them so people will understand. I have a widget that reposts my blog posts just for these posts…because if it was up to me, I’d post them once and then run and hide.

Feel free to comment on older posts because I do see all comments and usually respond. Also, if you have ideas for new posts, please comment below.

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  1. […] faked sane. I faked it so well that few people recognized what was happening. If you’ve read my posts on OCD, then you’ve seen the extent of what the disorder encompasses and how deep it can go. Part of […]

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