Mother Describes Her Daughter’s Battle with OCD

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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) can make you feel like you’re out of control. Your thoughts, your actions, and eventually your whole life can become consumed by obsessions and compulsions. You feel a constant sense of doom and anxiety, worrying that if you try to stop the irrational urges something catastrophic will happen.

One blogger for the New York Times speaks out about her experience with her daughter’s OCD. The piece highlights some of the difficulties parents of children with mental disorders often face: the guilt, the sense of loss, and the hope. Read more about the issue at the link below.

Two-Way Mirror: Facing a Daughter’s OCD – New York Times (blog)

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Two-Way Mirror: Facing a Daughter’s OCDNew York Times (blog)A mother’s 25 years of psychiatric treatment didn’t prepare her for her daughter’s obsessive-compulsive disorder. …

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