Monthly Archives: June 2011

Truth Be Told

I often get positive feedback from people when they hear about Dan’s story. “He’s so lucky to have you,” and “You’re so supportive” are two of the more common compliments I get. These words should make me feel great. And they do, for the most … Continue reading

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A Father’s Day Post

Written in April 2010,  I’d like to share this on Father’s Day: My heart was pounding and I couldn’t breathe. I stared at the watch. 8:15 .  I took out my cell phone to compare.   8:45. “You forgot to wind … Continue reading

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Organized Chaos?

As I said when I first began blogging, I am not an expert on OCD. In fact, sometimes I feel the more I learn about the disorder, the more confused I become. Latest case in point: Many OCD sufferer’s obsessions … Continue reading

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“I’m So OCD” – My Pet Peeve

Okay, I’ll just get right to it. I can’t stand it when people say “I’m so OCD.”  And I’m not sure why, but it seems as if  this phrase is being used more than ever these days. It’s not just the fact that OCD … Continue reading

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