Editor’s Note: It’s Day Two of International OCD Awareness Week, and we want to continue our discuss about the significance of opening up to friends, family members, and even coworkers about OCD. This week is all about spreading education and awareness about OCD outside of the OCD community, as a way of increasing understanding, and… Read more »
Posts Categorized: OCD Awareness Week
Thank you to everyone who entered this year’s OCD Awareness Week Creative Expression Contest! We received so many wonderful entries, and it was hard work selecting a handful of finalists from all of the quality submissions! Now it is up to you, dear readers, to select your favorites from the finalists! You can vote for… Read more »
Editor’s Note: Today is the first day of International OCD Awareness Week! OCD Awareness Week is an important opportunity to talk about what it really means to have OCD, help dispel myths about mental health, and start to break down stigma. Part of that process is talking to your friends and family about OCD. Our… Read more »
UPDATED 10/11/13: OCD Q&A for Teens and Young Adults has a new time! See below. Our online #OCDchat series is back for OCD Awareness Week next week, and we’ll be hosting experts to talk with you about a different topic Monday – Friday. Participating in the online chat is easier than ever — no Twitter… Read more »
Help us chose the next topics to cover in our #OCDchat series! We will be hosting an online chat about OCD and related topics every day of OCD Awareness Week (the week of October 14th), and then once a month throughout the year. Vote now to pick the topics you would like to discuss, or… Read more »
IOCDF Spokesperson and Adversity 2 Advocacy founder, Jeff Bell, produced an amazing new video — with help from many of you — to share a message of hope for people with OCD. Click here to watch the video.