Category Archives: OCD

Moms with OCD

  In this post I’d like to focus primarily on moms who have OCD, and the difficulties they might face. I won’t be focusing on postpartum OCD, but rather on moms who have already been diagnosed with the disorder and … Continue reading

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Overcoming Harm OCD

  Hi Everyone, I just finished reading Jon Hershfield’s latest book, Overcoming Harm OCD. It’s a valuable book that I’d highly recommend. Below is my review on Amazon: Jon Hershfield has done it again. Overcoming Harm OCD is written with … Continue reading

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OCD and Autism

Doctors have recently confirmed that autism and OCD frequently occur together. Autism and OCD initially appear to have little in common, yet studies indicate that up to 84% of people with autism have some form of anxiety and as many … Continue reading

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Treating OCD is More Important than School or Outside Activities

  When obsessive-compulsive disorder makes its appearance in a family, it often brings about fear and confusion. For one thing, OCD manifests differently in everyone. Truly, there is no end to the ways it can present itself, in addition to … Continue reading

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An Interview about OCD with Dr. Seth Gillihan

  Dr. Seth Gillihan, coauthor of my book, Overcoming OCD: A Journey to Recovery, was recently interviewed on Talk Recovery Radio based in Vancouver. Click here to listen to the interview. Seth’s segment runs from around 5:00 – 35:00. Enjoy! … Continue reading

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OCD and Emetophobia

  The fear of vomiting, or emetophobia, affects people of all ages. It is often seen in childhood and if left untreated, can become debilitating. It is also known to develop during adulthood, perhaps after an associated experience such as … Continue reading

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Distinguishing Between GAD and OCD

  As many parents of children with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) will tell you, getting the right diagnosis is half the battle. Getting the right treatment is the other half. It’s true that OCD can be tough to diagnose, especially in … Continue reading

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