New personal story: Who Am I? A Student With OCD & Anxiety

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“Who am I?” It’s a simple question, but one that often leads to more complex answers when asked to another person. In a recent personal story on OC87 Recovery Diaries, Morgan, a college student affected by OCD, examines how her identity as a student became a prime target for OCD, making the question of who… Read more »

The March Edition of “Spotlight: Pediatric OCD News & Research Updates” is here!

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The second edition of Spotlight: Pediatric OCD News & Research Updates is here! As a reminder, this quarterly blog series brings you the latest research news and information concerning pediatric OCD, from highlighting work by members of our Scientific & Clinical Advisory Board to the latest headlines in journals and popular media alike. This blog series is part of our… Read more »

Guest Post: “Better Luck Next Time, OCD!”

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Today’s blog comes from Jared, a teenager living with OCD. He originally wrote this post for his high school’s blog to share his experiences with other students at his school and raise awareness about OCD. Jared is a 17-year-old who enjoys playing competitive baseball, recreational golf and tennis, working out, and volunteering for community service projects… Read more »

Introducing “Spotlight: OCD News & Research Updates”

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Welcome to Spotlight, a new blog series aimed at bringing you the latest research news and information concerning OCD and related disorders. Each quarter, we’ll also round up the biggest and most interesting news in the field of pediatric OCD research — from highlighting work by members of our Scientific & Clinical Advisory Board to the… Read more »