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If, by some miracle, she makes it to age eighteen still sound of mind, it's time to bask in her glory! Sure, throw the big graduation party, but make sure it's all about you, baby!
By Diana Rodriguez, Everyday Health We all have our quirks, but obsessive behaviour can be an indicator of an anxiety disorder called obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD. Obsessive-Compulsive Disor...
I left my psychologist's couch three years ago, feeling bitter and yet relieved. "You don't have OCD," she says, "everyone has these compulsions, I wouldn't worry." And yet I was worried. As I've gotten older, the triggers have gotten worse: homework, deadlines, boyfriends, grades, lack of sleep, insomnia over quarter life crises -- you name it.
TORONTO - Angela Hartlin's legs are covered with small bloodied sores that overlay myriad scars, ghost-like reminders of similar lesions that have dotted her skin for years.For more than decade, she h...