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I Shared My OCD Struggles with 11,000 Employees—Their Responses Showed Me the Importance of Vulnerability in Leadership

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. She explains that having OCD “greatly affects a person’s life due to intrusive thoughts, anxiety and uncertainty. OCD obsessions are intrusive and can be triggered at any time.”According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, approximately 2.3% of the population has OCD, which is about and 1 in 100 children in the U.S., so you never know who may be going through this experience.

I was diagnosed several years before the pandemic and had been managing it well until then. But at that point, my OCD began to manifest itself in different ways.

The medications I was on and the behavioral therapies I had been taught were no longer working. The internal communications manager who I worked with on my weekly emails sent me a draft, and as usual, I made a few tweaks.

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