Tag Archives: mental health awareness

Guest Post: “Get” OCD? Make Sure Students Know You Do

By Alison Dotson, author of Being Me with OCD While I wish I could spread the word about every single mental illness out there, my specialty, if you will, is obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). I have OCD, and once I started … Continue reading

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I Am Not “So OCD”: Creating a Stigma-Free School Environment

By Alison Dotson, author of Being Me with OCD Media coverage of bullying has gotten this serious problem on everyone’s mind, and more programs and initiatives are popping up all the time in an effort to combat it. This is … Continue reading

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Being Me with OCD: Spreading Awareness with the Help of Young People

By Alison Dotson, author of Being Me with OCD Lately I’ve been writing a lot about my experience with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)—I’ve been writing about it for years, actually, but until recently my work has been for my eyes only. … Continue reading

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