Monthly Archives: October 2015
This post first appeared on this blog in February 2013…. To me, one of the most heartbreaking aspects of my son Dan’s descent into severe obsessive-compulsive disorder was his progressive isolation from his friends. Unfortunately, this is a common occurrence … Continue reading
If you live in Texas, I hope you’ll consider joining me at the upcoming 2015 OCD Texas Conference in Dallas on Saturday, October 24, 2015. There’s a great lineup of speakers and topics, and I’m honored to be the keynote … Continue reading
This week I’ll be sharing a thought-provoking guest post by Matt Fisken. Matt is a stay-at-home Dad and environmental consultant who specializes in bio-electromagnetism and permaculture. He recently moved from Vermont to Central Pennsylvania with his wife and two-year … Continue reading
As part of OCD Awareness Week, the International OCD Foundation is sponsoring a video contest, and the seven finalists have been announced. These videos are great! And you can vote for your favorite until Friday! Enjoy!
After writing last week’s post about OCD and Parental Anxiety, I got to thinking about my own relationship with anxiety and worry over the years, particularly as a mother. I worried a lot about my children as newborns, infants, toddlers, … Continue reading
Originally posted on The Dreaming Panda:
As I made my way through the halls to my neurologist’s office last May, I stopped in my tracks as I saw a face I recognized. She was receiving IVIG and roaming the halls…