Trivialising symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder can discourage people from seeking help and treatment, specialist says

Penny Moodie often felt confused and like she was “going insane” a lot of the time. For more than two decades, she kept up a facade of being fine, but she was suffering inside. She didn’t realise until her early 30s that she had obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).

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