Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Fight for Adequate Mental Health Care

To me, the only thing worse than seeing a loved one suffering from a severe disorder is seeing a loved one suffering from a severe disorder that you know is treatable. There are many reasons why those with obsessive-compulsive disorder … Continue reading

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Stigma or Misperception?

The word stigma is defined as a mark of disgrace or infamy. We hear the term used frequently in reference to how mental illness is perceived, and rightly so. But I have to admit that, for me, stigma never seemed … Continue reading

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Therapy for Everyone!

I have a wish list of sorts when it comes to dealing with obsessive compulsive disorder. On this post about preventive therapy for OCD, I talk about how great it would be to have programs in place that would nip … Continue reading

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The Nicest People

I have resisted writing this post for quite some time, as I feel it is politically incorrect to stereotype any one group of people. But for some inexplicable reason, I’ve recently mustered the courage to say what I’ve wanted to … Continue reading

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