It’s storytime… Morgan shares her OCD story with us. Morgan talks about perfectionism and how OCD got worse in college. Morgan offers hope and an example that you can achieve your goals even if OCD is present. Hope it helps.
This Wednesday version will only be on itunes and other podcast apps. It will not be on YouTube like the interview episodes. You can also listen here through the audio player below.
In episode 52 of The OCD Stories podcast I interviewed YouTuber (Shalom Aleichem) and OCD blogger Katlyn Nicole on her journey of recovery from OCD. Kat was on the podcast exactly one year ago.
Due to a technical issue I lost the first half of the podcast. The second half that I still have contains a lot of good information. Kat is an intelligent young lady, she knows her stuff around OCD. We talked about talking openly about OCD, advocacy, how to explain to someone who doesn’t have OCD what OCD is. We talk about creativity and goals, and Kat shares her advice on how to live an amazing life. Enjoy!
In episode 38 of The OCD Stories podcast I interviewed Morgan Rondinelli. Morgan is studying ecology and evolutionary biology, she is an OCD advocate and mental health blogger. She is on the executive board of the Healthy Minds Coalition as the Mental Health Monologues Director, and is also involved with Active Minds and the Peer-To-Peer Depression Awareness Campaign.
I chatted with Morgan about her OCD story. She shared the importance of sleep, opening up, and offered some tips around how to stick to your ERP homework. She talks about the mental health monologues, scheduling time for fun, not being tough on yourself when you make a mistake. Near the end we talk about values and how these can help recovery, and why we need to embrace uncertainty. Enjoy.
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