I tend to side with the liberal/Democrat perspective of the argument. The reason behind it is simple and, if I’m being honest, biased: my OCPD. Allow me to explain. Conservatives have a capacity for kindness – it’s not that I would generalise that they do not care about people. What I would generalise is thatContinue reading “OCPD Versus Conservatism”
We need to begin this post with a pure truth: definitions describe; they do not prescribe. Some definitions are by their nature comparative. For example, I could describe myself as tall while context might dictate that I am average or even short. Other definitions are strict. When considering human sexuality, things exist on a spectrumContinue reading “Mental Health and Sexuality”
Today is a more clinical post. While this blog explores the nature of living with mental health issues on a personal, anecdotal level, I thought I would take one post and share the diagnostic criteria behind my specific mental health issues (in order of diagnosis): generalised anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive personalityContinue reading “My Mental Health Diagnoses”
This blog addresses the topic of OCPD frequently and often with anecdotes to highlight the lived experience of the disorder. The thing about OCPD though, like many mental illnesses, is that the straightforward diagnostic criteria can make the disorder seem more monolithic than it is. Quickly, the current diagnostic criteria for OCPD are as followsContinue reading “One Man’s OCPD: Part I – An Atheist’s* Faith”
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