Monthly Archives: September 2014

Overcoming OCD – An Update

Well, here it is! I’m pleased with how the cover of Overcoming OCD: A Journey to Recovery turned out, and hope you all like it too. Our publication date of January 16, 2015 is less than four months away! Seth … Continue reading

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Helping Teachers Understand OCD

I’ve previously written about how important and necessary I believe it is for educators to have, at the very least, a basic knowledge of brain disorders. I recently came across some  articles at the Child Mind Institute site that I … Continue reading

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OCD and Schizophrenia

A recent study published this month in JAMA Psychiatry suggests that those who suffer from OCD might be at a higher risk than the general population for developing schizophrenia. I immediately thought back to a post I wrote just one … Continue reading

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OCD: Irrational Disorder affecting Rational People

I am continuing to share some of my older posts as I work on completing my book. I hope to be back next week with something new! When my son Dan was first suffering from severe OCD and we had … Continue reading

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OCD and Black and White Thinking

  I am continuing to share some of my older posts as I work on completing my book. The post below originally appeared in April 2012:  Obsessive-compulsive disorder is often accompanied by some cognitive distortions, which are basically inaccurate beliefs … Continue reading

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