Monthly Archives: June 2014
Almost three years ago, I wrote a post expressing my frustration with the way OCD and other brain disorders were typically portrayed in the media. Since that time, there have been glimmers of hope: The movie Silver Linings Playbook (which … Continue reading
This past fall I wrote about my newly completed book being included in The OCD Book Festival in San Antonio, Texas. While its name has changed, the story and message have not, and I am happy to announce that Overcoming … Continue reading
For anyone who might be interested, I was recently interviewed by Helen Barbour over at The Reluctant Perfectionist: http://helenbarbour.blogspot.com/ I hope you’ll check out her wonderful blog!
The Internet is amazing. Those with OCD and other brain disorders, who previously might have felt so alone, now can connect with others who often easily relate to their struggles. People share their highs and lows, successful and unsuccessful treatment … Continue reading
On the recent ABC News “20/20″ show about OCD, there was mention of some promising research involving glutamate. Glutamate is a neurotransmitter, or brain chemical. Those of us whose lives have been touched by OCD might be more familiar with … Continue reading