Spotting the Less Obvious Symptoms of OCD

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OCD often goes undiagnosed for years, sometimes even decades. And it’s no wonder–those suffering don’t always realize their obsessions are part of a disorder, and the symptoms aren’t always visible to loved ones.

I’ve shared part of my story–including my years-long confusion–with Free Spirit Publishing blog readers today.

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About Alison Dotson

I am the author of Being Me with OCD: How I Learned to Obsess Less and Live My Life, a nonfiction book for teens and young adults with OCD. Part memoir, part self-help guide, Being Me with OCD lets readers know they're not alone in their struggle to get better--and that there is hope.

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