Ryan Glubo understood at a very young age that he had OCD, that did not stop him. His world was full of support from his family and friends which kept him going even in the toughest times dealing with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. He took his issue and made it into a strength literally?find out more.
This episode I had the privilege to interview one of the experts in the field of OCD. Dr. Kevin Gyoerkoe has been working in the field of OCD for over 17 years. He imparts some wonderful knowlege and experience in this interview. He talks about one of his best tools in the fight against OCD, ERP. Listen now?
What a privilege to be able to talk candidly with my own daughter about her OCD Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Story. So join me on this journey with my daughter.
Jeff grew up in a fairly normal family and was your typical boy. It wasn’t until he was an adult that things didn’t seem right. When he met Nancy they both began the process of getting Jeff through Obsessive Compulsive Disorder OCD. Listen now to their story…
Have you ever heard the phrase “you are what you eat”. Well that is truer than you might have ever imagined. Doctor Sheila Kilbane, expert integrative pediatrician, talks about the effects of diet on anxiety and OCD. Join us for this informative and helpful podcast…
Wayne Connell, the founder, president and CEO of the Invisible Disabilities® Association, established IDA twenty years ago in 1996 out of the desire to educate friends and family about his wife’s debilitating illness. Soon afterwards, people around the globe began sending emails sharing how IDA had changed their relationships with their loved ones.
He is co-author of the book, “But You LOOK Good, How to Encourage and Understand People Living with Illness and Pain.” Wayne’s background fueled his passion for helping people living with illness, pain and disability. His experience includes that of a professional, multitasking husband caregiver with an extensive background in management, media and technology. This man on a mission quickly launched IDA into a world-wide outreach for millions living with invisible disabilities.