About this blog

Welcome to my blog!

I write mainly about my experiences with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), but often mental health more broadly. I am an MFA student in creative and professional writing. Before this, I served as a Mental Health First Aid instructor through the AmeriCorps program. When I’m not writing and talking about mental health, I also read and dance a great deal.

My original intent in starting a blog was to have a place to freely express my thoughts and experiences in regards to having OCD. I spent many, many years not understanding my anxiety and as a result remaining silent about it. The blog served as my voice on OCD: an end to my silence.

However, my goals also broadened over the six+ years of blogging. This blog has almost served as a public journal, tracking my journey and recovery. Most importantly I hope that perhaps what I write can help someone else struggling through something similar. 


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  1. Morgan thank you for your blog. My daughter (who has long lovely curly hair like you) is graduating high school this year. She has struggled with OCD and attended a residential treatment program. I saw your blog post featured on the IOCDF and it immediately hit home and was also hopeful. Thank you for sharing and keep up the good work! – SherryAva

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    • Thank you for your kind words! I’m glad you could relate to the blog post. I hope you daughter is doing better or is still hopeful about getting better. Send her my early congratulations on graduating!


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