By Paul Illidge I must. How many times a day do I hear that question in my head, always answering the same way in my subconscious, if not to myself out loud: I must! The musts dominate my life, as they do the lives of the millions of people living with obsessive-compulsive disorder which, according to the American Psychiatric Association, has become “One of the leading mental health issues of our time”. What is OCD, as it’s called in the Diagnostic […]
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Liv shares her story of starting her mental health journey as a pre-teen and living with an eating disorder then anxiety then depression and now OCD. She knows that enduring mental illness is not dirty or shameful.
Tas shares how they thrive with agoraphobia through creativity and problem solving, especially now with the COVID-19 pandemic.