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OCD and Lack of Family Support

A version of this post first appeared on my blog in February 2014………. I have written about OCD and the importance of family involvement in treatment, and some of the comments I received on that post proved to be eye-openers … Continue reading

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OCD and Medication

  This week I’m sharing one of my posts from May 2012. I plan on being back next week with something new! The topic of medication for obsessive-compulsive disorder comes up a lot in blogs, and always seems to incite … Continue reading

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OCD and Insight

Before my son Dan was diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder, I had little to no experience dealing with people who suffered from mental illness. My preconceived belief was that those who had brain disorders didn’t really understand, or have insight into, … Continue reading

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OCD and Lack of Family Support

Last week I wrote about OCD and the importance of family involvement in treatment, and some of the comments I received proved to be real eye-openers for me. I realize that while I’ve previously acknowledged that writing about obsessive-compulsive disorder … Continue reading

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