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samantha pena

Have you ever done something and thought to yourself, "that's so OCD?" In this riveting talk, Samantha delves into what it's really like to live with OCD and the advantages it brings to her life.

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Tauscha Johanson

Living with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is not about having tidy, color-coded closet shelves. Living with OCD is like living with a monster, driving the afflicted to extreme behaviors that compromise quality of life. As mother to an OCD daughter, Tauscha Johanson describes their family’s discovery of how to starve the monster, making it weaker in the process, and everyone’s life a little better.

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Jun woo kang

Diagnosed at 13 with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, 17-year-old Junwoo Kang shares a compelling story of the realty of OCD and the power behind learning how to embrace it.