Sheldon Cooper’s mother had him tested.
Yesssss I totally agree. My best friend was diagnosed with OCD but I truly
believe she was misdiagnosed. It’s not a black and white disorder, not that
anything is, all I know is the medication changed her and she knew it too
:/ Drugs are scary.
YES YES YES. This issue gets talked about in every college psych class
ever. AHHHH ONE YEAR WOOOOOO
u fabulous ✌
the end i’m done let me love you
your videos. they’re good.
Thank you for that amazing talk about OCD. My older sister was diagnosed
with OCD (and fairly sever at that) and it bothers me to no end when people
are all “oh I’m so OCD about *blank*”. I may borrow your words when I need
to explain it to people. Sidenote: all your videos are brilliant and well
bro gimme dem deets about yr show i wanna come see it
Thankyou so much for this! I have trichotillomania which is a type of OCD
and it irritates me so much when people say they have it over tiny things.
Also the term ‘want to pull my hair out’ can upset people with trich
because that is the actual symptom (?) of it. Not judging you because you
said that in the video, just putting it out there 🙂 Great video!
You are, The. Woman(Period)
I was thinking this the other day and I agree with everything you’re
saying. Just because you like your papers in a neat pile, that doesn’t mean
Yes! People do this with heart palpitations and I hate it, because I had to
deal with them. But I think this happens a lot more with mental illness
because for centuries it’s been okay to belittle people with these
illnesses, so today these hurtful phrases have become engrained in our
language, and it’s time we do something about it. This video is certainly a
step forward in tackling that, I think.
I am so glad that there are people out there like you and Megan who get
that there’s a difference between an actual illness and having a “thing.”
nicole! are you doing nerd factor?
this. yes this. (((also i’ve a gotten a buttload of subs from this
I do not have a witty response, but know that this comment made me very
thanks paige u the best <3
You look good with glasses 🙂
Jessica! I am. I submitted “Pain Is Not Beautiful”
yes yes very good ((you deserve ALL the subscribers))
Thank you very much, kind sir.
I, myself have trichotillomania which is a type of OCD and I’m in recovery
from it (just got back a full head of hair and eyelashes and eyebrows!
Woop!) I am so incredibly irritate when people say things like “yeah I’m
ocd about that” when it is little things that don’t actually make a person
have OCD. Thanks for this video, it was great! 🙂
i sense you watch scrubs. just a feeling. MEGAN SENT ME OMG SHE SOOOO
FAMOUS lol jk hi, I think being diagnosed or getting a diagnosis on your
issues helps you understand them, speaking from past experience. and
honestly, I think it’s just misunderstood labeling and stigma associated
with mental health and disorders.good video!!
God bless this thank you
I completely understand where you’re coming from, but I can’t say I agree
with you. People do throw around the term OCD too often, but I don’t think
anybody is trying to romanticize it. Everybody has at least some obsessive
compulsive behaviors, and it’s hard to explain these behaviors to other
people when you don’t understand your own behavior yourself. If I were to
do something that another person found strange and they asked me about it,
I would probably tell them, “Oh, it’s just something I’m OCD about.” I
understand that this statement doesn’t make any sense, but if I were to say
this to someone, they would know what I meant, and move on from the
subject, no longer finding my behavior strange or judging it. I believe
people throw around OCD only because saying “one of my obsessive compulsive
behaviors” sounds a bit scary. OCD has become an expression that people use
on a daily basis, mainly because they lack a better explanation. I don’t
believe that anyone is misinformed or is being offensive, they just lack a
better word. Though I do wish people would find a different expression to
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