About Me

I am me. rOCD is a little tiny portion of my life because I will not let it define me and I do not let it bother me. I acknowledge its presence but I do not pay much attention to it. This blog is for all rOCD sufferers that would like to move forward and hopefully will help them take their first steps to recovery.

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I am a rOCD sufferer. And going through my rOCD journey was one of the most difficult and confusing periods of my life. I have started this blog as an attempt to help all those that are going through their rOCD journeys. And like me in the past,  find it very difficult to  find happiness and joy in everyday living. I am glad to say, that today, rOCD does not control me anymore and I live a very happy life with my beautiful wife.

I would like to focus this blog on finding ways to moving forward instead of getting trapped in our own thinking (which caused rOCD in the first place!).

 

About this Website

The purpose of this blog is to help you find the tools to overcome the problems caused by rOCD. I changed the design of the blog so that you can “come in and out” rather than read it from one end to the other. There is no particular order in the way that tips are numbered.

The best way to start would be to:

1-Read the introductory posts

2-Figure out where you are in your rOCD journey – you can use Tip #7 as a reference

——–Disclaimer——- 

This blog is based on my experience and journey through rOCD. I am not a psychologist, psychotherapist or medical professional. If you find that anything here contradicts professional advice given to you, then please discard what have you found on this blog.

I know as well that a lot of people do not have access or cannot afford psychological and medical care. It is even more true for people who suffer from rOCD as there are not many professional that heard about it.  And that is why this blog exists. To raise awareness and to help rOCD sufferers find a glimmer of hope.

 

This blog is based on my experience and journey through rOCD. I am not a psychologist, psychotherapist or medical professional. If you find anything here that contradicts professional advice given to you, please discard it. Hopefully, you will find this blog useful and in accordance with current medical and therapeutical practices as great care is given in this respect. If you have any questions or doubts about a specific topic, you can always contact us above.