The second week in October is Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Awareness week. If you’ve missed my previous OCD posts:
The Genetics of OCD (including my experiences with childhood OCD and symptoms)
OCD – Repetitions, Patterns, and Other Compulsions
New Topics for the year 2019:
OCD and Self-Harm in my Own Fiction
There’s some overlap in the topics for the record in regards to the condition itself and my experience with it. 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 amazing 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.
Feel free to comment on older posts because I do eventually see all comments (though I get a ton of spam both in comments and emails and that slows me down) and try to respond.
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