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OCD and Dating

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it seems like a good time to bring up the topic of OCD and dating. I’ve previously written about the heartache relationship OCD (R-OCD) can cause, and it’s certainly not hard to see … Continue reading

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When Instincts are Wrong

This week I’m sharing a post from 2011 (wow, I’ve been blogging a long time!): I’ve mentioned in at least a couple of my posts that you should trust your instincts when helping a loved one deal with obsessive-compulsive disorder. … Continue reading

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Therapy for Everyone!

I have a wish list of sorts when it comes to dealing with obsessive compulsive disorder. On this post about preventive therapy for OCD, I talk about how great it would be to have programs in place that would nip … Continue reading

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Should OCD be a Family Affair?

When Dan was first diagnosed with OCD, I wanted details. What was he thinking, how was he feeling, is today better or worse than yesterday? The problem was, Dan would not, or could not, share the details of his disorder … Continue reading

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When Instincts Are Wrong

I have mentioned in at least a couple of  my posts that you should trust your instincts in regard to helping your loved one deal with OCD.  Turns out that’s not always true…..especially when we’re talking about family accommodation. Family accommodation, … Continue reading

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