Monthly Archives: June 2018

Can We Decide Not to Worry?

This post first appeared on my blog in September 2013…… I was an anxious child and an anxious teenager. After I graduated high school, I distinctly remember saying to myself, “Enough worrying. You’re going to college. Relax and have a … Continue reading

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OCD, DBS, and Diabetes

As many of us are aware, a good number of scientific findings, such as the discovery of penicillin, have been made by accident. Well here’s another one to add to the list. A May 23, 2018 article published in the … Continue reading

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OCD and Psychosis

A version of this post first appeared on my blog in September 2013…. When my son Dan’s obsessive-compulsive disorder became severe, he was in college, fifteen hundred miles away from home. We arranged for him to see a psychiatrist near … Continue reading

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