This article about how stigma related to OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder) is still prevalent in our society today is eye-opening. It’s sad to think that people who suffer from OCD are still facing stigma and misconceptions about the disorder. It’s not something to be ashamed of, and it’s certainly not a sign of weakness.
I think it’s important to spread awareness about OCD and educate ourselves and others about the disorder. We need to understand how it affects people and how it’s treated so that we can better support those who suffer from it. We need to be open to discussions about OCD and make sure that those affected by it feel like they can talk about it without judgement.
We all need to do our part to help reduce the stigma associated with OCD. It’s time that we open our eyes to the reality of this disorder and do whatever we can to support those who are affected.