We don't need to tell you how debilitating Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) can be, but maybe by working together we can use shared experiences to help, guide and support each other along the journey of recovery.
For many of us, initial awareness of our illness came through coverage of OCD in the media. This forums provides you with the opportunity to provide constructive feedback on media coverage of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
This is your place to share experiences of the positive and negative way in which OCD is viewed and spoken about. It's also your place to share ideas about how we can work together to change perceptions about how people view OCD.
OCD Awareness Week: in collaboration with the US based OCD Foundation we promote OCD Awareness Week each October.
OCD-UK needs your help to work with even more people affected by OCD. We have lots of ways you can help, or perhaps you want to participate in an organised fundraising event, or you want support to help you fundraise for OCD-UK.
This forum is restricted to OCD-UK members only to discuss any OCD or OCD-UK subject with other OCD-UK members. You will also find details of charity news and details of the upcoming local social events.
This is the place to post all your reviews, from book reviews, to concerts, films, theatre shows, anything, consumer product or comapny reviews and even holiday reviews. Constructive reviews, or we will delete!
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An opportunity to discuss your favourite celeb or television series from the soaps to 24 through to Scrubs (No TV spoilers though!). Or a place to talk about the latest Kardashian or reality TV headline grabbing moment!
For all us armchair fans with more opinions than talent, an opportunity to discuss all your favourite sporting action. (Excluding Darts, it's not a sport!). Debates allowed, team abuse (without justification) is not.
Dear forum friends, tomorrow marks a year that I have gone without OCD causing me problems.
So I know it can be done, if we work on not giving belief to intrusions, phasing out compulsions, and keeping up activities that take time and opportunity away from OCD.
When we work hard to achieve this, the results should come. There will be challenges along the way, it's not easy, but - as I have found- it can be done.