International OCD Awareness Week and Book Giveaway!

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October 7-13, 2018 is International OCD Awareness Week. The IOCDF and its affiliates across the country are sponsoring all types of programs, events, and celebrations. Some will be educational and informational, while others will focus on raising awareness of OCD (check out the Mental Health Advocacy Capital Walk). In addition, there will be training programs for professionals as well as lots of events through social media! Take a look at this link to see what’s happening and how you can get involved.

In honor of International OCD Awareness Week, I will be giving away three signed copies of my book, Overcoming OCD: A Journey to Recovery. Originally published in January 2015, the paperback version was released in  November 2017:

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To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment on my blog by Sunday, October 7, 2018. I will then randomly choose three winners and announce the results on my blog.

Good luck to all who choose to participate!

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12 Responses to International OCD Awareness Week and Book Giveaway!

  1. Lisa Karlovsky says:

    I just want to say that your posts have helped me to help my son Jacob (who is 18 and currently enrolled at UPenn as a freshman). Your son Dan is so similar to Jacob. They were cut from the same cloth. Thank you for all you do to help this community!

    -Lisa K.

  2. Stephanie says:

    I am so thankful that I found your blog last year when my son was diagnosed. It has been so helpful. Would love to read your book!!

  3. Jannette Budd says:

    I would love to receive your book. We are having a coffee drop in at our local cafe in Ramsey uk to try and raise awareness and start an OCD support group.

  4. Ashley Gage Owens says:

    I also appreciate any additional resources to help our family support and encourage our 17 year old son who has OCD. It’s part of his journey but the ability to be his advocate makes all of the difference!

  5. Anthony says:

    I am currently suffering from the disorder and thank you for having this blog. I hope that you continue this work because people need it to help themselves and their families.

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