Claire Dunn, author of the book “At Last Count” tells her life with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and how it has affected her life leading her into theatre and writing a book. Join us for lively story.
Why do people have anxiety? What is anxiety? Fight or flight is natural, so how does it become a problem. And how do people cope with it. Should it be able to go away?
Gina and I are expanding and we are now doing a podcast for parents. We do parenting different and what we have learned especially from the OCD that has been part of our lives for over 12 years has shown us things that can help anyone going through things as a family.
David and Michaela were two years into their marriage when David finally got the diagnosis of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. A relief to finally know what he fought with most of his life. Another challenge for their young marriage…find out their story here. #marriageocd #ocd #marriagechallenges #ocd #ocdtreatment #ocdsuffering #invisiblewheelchair #dongrothoff
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There are times when you are dealing with OCD or someone with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder when you have reached your whits end and anger and feeling like a fool starts to show. You realize though who the fool really is…
Stories usually go up on the first of the month but I could not do April Fools Day to Jonathan.
Jonathan knew that something wasn’t right but until his diagnosis he was possitive it was OCD. Then it really kicked in with thoughts of suicide and Jonathan took action to get treatment. Find out more…