Tag Archives: avoidance in OCD
When Should You Seek Treatment for OCD?
I’m going to continue sharing some of my older posts for the next several weeks. This one is from November 2011: Most experts agree that it is time to seek treatment for OCD when the disorder “interferes with your daily life.” … Continue reading
OCD and Homeschooling
After reading many of John Holt’s books in college and subsequently working with him in Boston, I became committed to the homeschooling movement. This was in the mid 70’s, way before homeschooling became an acceptable alternative to traditional schooling. When … Continue reading
OCD and Decision Making
Many years ago, I saw the movie Moscow on the Hudson, about a Russian musician named Vladimir Ivanoff who defects to the United States. One scene in particular has always stuck in my mind: Vladimir (played by Robin Williams) goes … Continue reading
Symptoms of OCD?
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 typical symptoms. In some cases, people’s obsessions and compulsions may be quite obvious and they will … Continue reading