Posts Tagged ‘OCD’

In this, the second & last episode, following six people suffering from OCD. We see how they finish their time at extreme OCD camp & there is a brief ‘how they’re doing one month on’ at the end too.

This has definitely given me a better insight into living with OCD.

There are more episodes to go in the mental health series & I’ll keep posting them on my blog.

As ever let me know what you think of this episode.


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I’ve posted below another documentary from BBC Three. This one focuses on OCD.

This is all part of the great effort BBC Three are making in raising awareness & understanding in mental illness/health.

I’ve been really busy lately & haven’t actually gotten around to watch it yet, but please let me know what you think about it.

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Good news! I found the BBC documentary ‘Don’t Call Me Crazy’ on YouTube. A few of you requested I upload it if I found it. Here is the post I did on it a day or two ago.

Let me know what you think of it?


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I watched a documentary on BBC Three last night called Don’t Call Me Crazy. It was about teenagers, ranging from 13-17 years old, who were inpatients at a hospital. It attempts to highlight perspectives from the teenagers themselves, the staff & involved family members.

There were various illnesses brought up, but the main two it centred on were OCD & eating disorders. These were focused on as the two teenagers, Emma & Beth, suffered with them respectively. There will be more episodes & I’m sure more issues will arise as other patients come & go.

I’ve pasted the link below, but it may not work for those of you outside the UK. I’ll keep an eye out to see if its uploaded on Youtube & will post it on here again to be viewed by all.

Let me know if the link works for you? Also let me know what you thought of the programme. ITs an hour long so no obligations to watch, but comment away anyway 🙂


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