Who Inspires You?
Break the OCD Stigma 
Parents Learn to Let Kids Face Their Fears
A mother's daughter insipires her.  

Find out why:   ​​ https://iocdf.org/blog/2019/03/26/who-inspires-you/
"If OCD was as simple as just an urge to organize and rearrange, it would not be considered a mental illness"

Read up, stay informed, break the stigma: ​​ https://www.psychologytoday.com/ca/blog/overcoming-obsessions-and-shifting-focus/201904/5-ways-break-the-ocd-stigma
For children with anxiety disorders or Obsessive - Compulsive Disorder, doing and saying what the child says comforts him is actually feeding the fear. 

Read more here: ​ https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2019/04/15/711213752/for-kids-with-anxiety-parents-learn-to-let-them-face-their-fears?platform=hootsuite
Access to OCD Treatment
Austism & OCD
Coming back from OCD
Detailing the life of a middle aged man, this article discusses the linkage between Autism and OCD, and how he is living life to the fullest. 
Written from a Canadian perspective, Dr. Richter explains how the medical system educates medical students about Obsessive - Compuslive Disorder.

A powerfully written blog post from Huffington Post, a mother chronicals her son's OCD and how he over came it using Exposure and Ritual Prevention.

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