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A Mind Interrupted

What it Feels Like to Have OCD

I promise you, it isn’t about being irritated by mess and dirt. If only it were that easy.

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As I write this, my OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder) is at a high point. It happens. Mostly, me and OCD are partners in my life, but there are times, like recently, where OCD goes off the rails, flares up and leaves me felling like, what the heck?




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Mason Sabre

Mason Sabre

Mason is an author and a teacher. He loves to write and read and will always be a life-long learner. https://www.patreon.com/masonsabre

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