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Tuesday Q&A: Sean Shinnock

It’s the Tuesday of OCD Conference week, and I’m excited to be hosting someone you’ll have a chance to meet, learn from, and be inspired by  2,509 more words


What is Hell?

What is hell?

First off I should start by saying I am not religious. I have beliefs that follow under many different religions(mostly eastern)-but I do not follow one religion. 354 more words



Photo taken by contributor Craig A. Miller, an author, speaker, photographer, and suicide attempt survivor from Boston. For many years he struggled with OCD, extreme anxiety, depression, and suicidal thoughts. 164 more words


Building Strength through Difficulties

Earlier in the day today, I was greeted with a frustrating news. All of my planning and efforts yielded only in disappointment, or so I thought. 395 more words


Waiting for My Real Life to Begin / Wise Up

Time for another song that resonates.

Fans of Scrubs may recognise it. I loved the bejesus out of that show by the way – I bought the first six series on DVD. 311 more words


Get me out of the grid!

First of, I feel like I am not entitled to blog about this. I feel wary of labelling this as ‘obsessive compulsive’, despite the fact I’ve been told that’s what it is, despite the fact it is – as recently as two months ago- written in my files. 1,290 more words

Mental Health

Greatness in OCD

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder can be difficult to deal with.  But is there anything positive in this Obsession?

There Just Might Be

Growing up, and even now, I find myself obsessing over my work, my skills in life; all that which I hope to accomplish.   781 more words