Monthly Archives: January 2016

OCD and The Solving Ritual

This post first appeared on my blog in May 2013: When someone is diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder, education is essential. Understanding what the disorder entails and how to best treat it are key components to recovery. As we know, however, … Continue reading

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OCD, Career Choices, and Limitations

  A version of this post first appeared on my blog in May, 2013….. I’ve written before about my son Dan’s almost lifelong dream of becoming an animator. When his OCD was severe, he came very close to giving up … Continue reading

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OCD and Time Management

A version of this post first appeared on my blog in April 2013… Time management is a hot topic these days. Whether related to the workplace, school, homemaking, child-rearing, or our personal lives, there just never seems to be enough … Continue reading

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Interview on Talking Books

For those of you who might be interested, I was recently interviewed by Michelle Martin for a radio show called Talking Books ( Radio Station 938LIVE in Singapore):  

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Ocdtalk – The State of the Blog

As we settle into a new year, I, like many others, have been taking stock of various aspects of my life. This blog has been an integral part of my identity for over five years now, and it has grown … Continue reading

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Casting Call!

I recently received an email from a casting producer who is looking for families with children or teenagers who are currently dealing with severe OCD. She is involved in a television project that aims to raise awareness of obsessive-compulsive disorder, … Continue reading

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OCD and Pets

  This post originally appeared on my blog in April 2013: When my son Dan’s OCD was at its worst, his anxiety levels were sky-high and he could barely function. It would have been ludicrous for me to suggest he … Continue reading

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