Monthly Archives: July 2017

OCD and Sleep Timing

I’ve been blogging for over seven years now, and my most-read posts, by far, are those that discuss sleep and sleep deprivation. As I’ve previously written, OCD, by its very nature, is unconducive to a good night’s sleep. How can … Continue reading

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The Impact of Pediatric OCD on the Whole Family

A study published in the March 17, 2017 issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry  concludes that pediatric obsessive-compulsive disorder negatively affects not only the children who suffer from it, but also their parents. … Continue reading

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Symptoms of OCD?

by stuart miles freedigitalphotos.net This post was written in November 2011…. For those who think they, or a loved one, might be suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder, it is easy to go online and find a list of common symptoms. In some cases, … Continue reading

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When to Seek Treatment for OCD

I’ll be sharing some of my older posts for the next few weeks. This one first appeared in November 2011…. Most experts agree it is time to seek treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder when it “interferes with your daily life.” While “interfering” … Continue reading

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An App to Enhance OCD Treatment – nOCD

I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Stephen Smith, the face behind the app known as nOCD. I was impressed with Stephen’s intelligence, enthusiasm, and passion as he explained why he created this app and how it acts as … Continue reading

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