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OCD, Ethics, and the Ultimate Paralysis of Fear

2013, eating ice cream in Paris. Rare to take a photo without one of them pulling a goofy face!

This day I’d like to share with you a little something different. 1,257 more words

OCD Myths

Myth: People with OCD are neat and tidy.

Truth: Despite that many people who suffer from OCD are concerned with germs, cleanliness is not a symptom of this disorder. 165 more words

Rough damaged skin

Parting, pink and raw

Swollen and scarred

Unable to stop picking, itching

Calloused no more

For the callous is replaced

With fresh new pink skin… 27 more words

Obsessive and Compulsive Behaviors in Autism #AtoZChallenge

Welcome to day fifteen in the A to Z Challenge on autism. Today, I will focus on obsessive and compulsive behaviors as they occur in autistic people. 484 more words

Autism

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Most people, when they think of OCD, imagine the comedic detective, Monk. While he shows some of the fears, obsessions and compulsions that may indeed be typical, I think it’s mainly a caricature. 219 more words

A-Z Blog Challenge

How to fight OCD

OCD. We hate you.

As we genuine sufferers know, OCD is not favouring order and tidiness, or worrying about whether you’ve locked your front door. That’s not OCD. 1,682 more words

CBT