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Does Your Child Have OCD?

on December 10, 2019

Children often have some habit, ritual, or worry that parents chalk up to kids being kids. Maybe they line up their toys a certain way. Or they worry about getting sick whenever someone sneezes. Or they can’t fall asleep unless they’re tucked in just so and have recited a specific prayer.

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Is It OK to Tell My Boss About My Mental Health Issues?

on December 03, 2019

Ever come down with the flu, or break a bone on a ski trip? Chances are, you can count on your boss and your coworkers to rally around with sympathetic emails, flowers, or a pot of chicken soup.  What’s more: Your boss wants to help you get better quickly—and get back to the office.

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OCD in Adults: 5 Things to Know

on November 24, 2017

When people think of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), they often envision someone who is a germophobe and is ruled by the desire to keep things organized. The phrase, “I’m so OCD,” may be used casually when referring to someone’s organizational behaviors. These misconceptions of the disorder do a disservice to individuals who are struggling to identify symptoms and want to seek help.

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