It’s taken a while for me to accept that my biggest enemy in life may just be my own fingers.
With the help of her mother, therapist and a monster named "Otis," Maggie learns to cope with her OCD.
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My OCD Confession
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When Your Parents Have Mental Illness: Healing Childhood Trauma
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What It’s Really Like to Be “So OCD”
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