We have recently started featuring guest posts to the IOCDF Blog from people in the OCD community willing to share their stories. Today’s post is from Alison Dotson, who you may remember from her recent Huffington Post blog about the depiction of OCD on the HBO show Girls. “I had a hard day last week. Since I was formally diagnosed with OCD nearly seven years ago, I have had more good days than bad, something I sometimes take for granted…
Posts By Alison Dotson
I am the author of Being Me with OCD: How I Learned to Obsess Less and Live My Life, a nonfiction book for teens and young adults with OCD. Part memoir, part self-help guide, Being Me with OCD lets readers know they're not alone in their struggle to get better--and that there is hope.
- Advancing Research on OCD among African-American Youth and Young Adults
- The Army demanded perfection. Civilian life taught me to ERP.
- Diversity Advisory Council Research Subcommittee responds to National Institute of Mental Health Request for Information
- Be a presenter at the 2021 IOCDF Virtual Event Series
- Register for the online OCD Camp for Kids and Families!