“OCD Acceptance”

We recently learned of a new resource from Bowen Zheng, founder of a website called “OCD Acceptance”. Here’s an excerpt from Bowen and a link to his youtube video: Hi, my name is Bowen. I’ve suffered from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder for over 5 years now. I had to give up my dream, my school, my hobbies […]

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How Much Can Change For the Better in a Year

This post comes from our regular contributor, Melanie Lefebvre. Here she writes about her experience attending the International OCD Foundation’s Annual Conference in Boston last year, and this past July. She wrote about her hit and run OCD in an earlier article.  Rewind to 2014 at the International OCD Foundation’s Annual OCD Conference. Zoom in to me […]

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Peer Support Forums: Announcement

This year, we explored the addition of peer support forums to our website. We are always trying to improve our peer support services and adapt to what is needed. After a trial run of the forums, we have concluded that peer support forums on our website are not the best way to meet the needs […]

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Advice for Family Members of OCD Sufferers

Jon Hershfield, MFT is a psychotherapist in private practice who specializes in the treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). His most recent book, When a Family Member Has OCD, foreword by Jeff Bell, will be available on December 1st, 2015 here.  Here is an article he wrote for us:  To Be a Truly Significant Other to an […]

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