Journal

Kids Are Little Mirrors

Kids Are Little Mirrors

Having OCD is hard.  It makes us irrational, fearful, anxious, scared and small.  It can make us hard headed, stubborn, and rigid.  It makes us a lot of things that we don’t necessarily want to pass down to our children.
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Getting Back On Track with OCD

Getting Back On Track with OCD

 I take a moment (or however long I need) to feel all the feelings that I have been trying to repress. Usually its fear and anxiety. 
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Motherhood and OCD: It's possible.

Motherhood and OCD: It's possible.

With all the careful consideration I put into planning my future as a mother, I never factored in the possibility that I would struggle with my mental health while doing it. 
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Is it my intuition or my OCD?

Is it my intuition or my OCD?

So how can we tell the difference between our intuition, or inner voice, which we are supposed to trust, and our OCD, which we are supposed to ignore? I have a few tips I’ve learned along the way.
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Mental Health Check In

Mental Health Check In

I never expect that my OCD will stay in the background because I know that recovery isn’t linear. So while it’s not surprising that I’m experiencing more regular symptoms again, it’s still annoying. 
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PSA: Stop Ruminating

PSA: Stop Ruminating

Rumination is not something that happens to us. We actively engage in and participate in the rumination process. Sucks to hear it, but ya need to hear it. 
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Making the Most of Your Treatment with Lisa Levine, PsyD

Making the Most of Your Treatment with Lisa Levine, PsyD

If you’ve been searching for answers I’m sure you’ve read that your best best for recovery is to do ERP with an OCD specialist.  But what exactly does treatment require and how can you make the most out of the work you are doing with your therapist?
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Commitment doesn't have to equal certainty.

Commitment doesn't have to equal certainty.

What helped me to finally move past these relationship doubts was leaning into the idea that certainty doesn’t exist. The fact is we won’t ever know FOR SURE what the future holds. There is no way to predict the outcome of a relationship. 
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Mental Health Check In

Mental Health Check In

I never expect that my OCD will stay in the background because I know that recovery isn’t linear. So while it’s not surprising that I’m experiencing more regular symptoms again, it’s still annoying.
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Religious Holidays Can Be Triggering for Your OCD

Religious Holidays Can Be Triggering for Your OCD

I’m just here to remind you that if religious holidays are triggering for your scrupulosity or religious OCD, you are not alone.
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Yes, I have OCD but it is not the most remarkable thing about me.

Yes, I have OCD but it is not the most remarkable thing about me.

If you’re still reading this, you will get better. Things will be OK. You can get through this moment, and the next and the next. This disorder is not the most remarkable thing about you either.
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My favorite thing to do when I’m feeling a little weird

My favorite thing to do when I’m feeling a little weird

My favorite thing to do when I’m feeling a little weird is make space for what I’m feeling then put on a nice dress and get on with it.  When I’m feeling a little emotional (like right now), I try to keep these things in mind.

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