Monthly Archives: March 2015
When my son Dan’s obsessive-compulsive disorder was at its worst, he developed facial contortions, or twitching, as well as some noticeable tics. As if having severe OCD wasn’t frightening enough! As it turns out, tics and Tourette syndrome are not … Continue reading
Thank you so much to Monique over at 71° and Sunny for her heartfelt review. The blog tour has been amazing so far, as each reviewer sees the book from his or her own perspective. I hope you’ll check out … Continue reading
The blog tour for Overcoming OCD: A Journey to Recovery is in full swing. Thank you to Tina at Bringing Along OCD for her recent review. Check it out!
My son Dan’s OCD was at its very worst from around January-March of 2008. Exactly one year later we were almost, though not quite, back to square one. At this time, I sat in the psychiatrist’s office with Dan as … Continue reading
I’m happy to announce that today, March 18, 2015, is the blog tour launch date for Overcoming OCD: A Journey to Recovery. What does this mean? Over the next month or so, selected bloggers who received a copy of the … Continue reading
As we know, exposure and response prevention (ERP) therapy is the psychological treatment of choice for OCD. Basically, the person with OCD is exposed to his or her obsessions, feels the anxiety, and refrains from engaging in rituals to reduce … Continue reading
Thank you to Scott Schneider who blogs at Out Of The Darkness for featuring my blog and book in his latest post: http://blog.outofthedarkness.us/janet-singer-talks-ocd/ I hope you’ll check it out!
Well, we didn’t get off to the best start. The event planner had previously told me the bookstore typically orders twenty books for their author events. I told her I didn’t think that would be enough. So they ordered ten. … Continue reading