Tag Archives: do the opposite

Sensorimotor OCD

This post first appeared on my blog in October 2013…. There are so many different types of obsessions and compulsions when it comes to OCD. Perhaps one of the less talked about are sensorimotor, or body-focused, obsessions which involve a … Continue reading

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OCD and Honesty

This post first appeared on my blog in July 2013… As a child, my son Dan never lied to me. Okay, I guess I can’t be 100% sure about that, but he was usually an upfront, truthful boy. Teachers and … Continue reading

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OCD and Selfishness

  This post first appeared in 2013…… Soon after my son Dan was diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder, he and I were out with some friends and decided to get a bite to eat. We were all casually chatting about various … Continue reading

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OCD and Spouses

For better or for worse………in sickness and in health. If you or your spouse has OCD, the disorder affects both of you. For the person with OCD, issues might include feeling as if your spouse doesn’t care enough and/or support … Continue reading

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