Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

There Is Never a Good Time to Have OCD. Not Even During a Pandemic.

The media must stop underestimating the severity of this illness

Photo by Hailey Kean on Unsplash

I can still remember the incredulous expression on my mother’s face as I tried to walk her through all the different precautions I knew she would have to take to protect herself from the coronavirus.




We don't talk enough about mental health.

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D.A. Kirk

D.A. Kirk

Outer space enthusiast. Japanese history junkie. I write about politics, culture, and mental illness. Disagreement is a precursor to progress.

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