The Ultimate OCD Survival Guide

I can remember the feeling of the cold, metal doorknob. It was about the tenth time I had checked it that night. Although I knew we lived in a “safe” neighborhood, I could not transition out of the belief that someone was going to break in and harm us. Besides, the night before, that’s exactly what happened to a nice suburban family on Law and Order.

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Clinical Psychotherapy. Societal Commentary. Wellness.

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