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Parenting During a Pandemic When Your Child Has OCD

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Much has been written about the plight of parents during the COVID-19 crisis. Moms and dads are navigating the trials of working remotely, keeping their kids on track with school and trying to create activities for the family within the safe confines of one’s home.

Hilarious memes fill social media that nail the lockdown vibe. The comments of war-torn mothers are equally amusing. One read, “Day 42, still no blood or bone showing, I guess we’re doing great!” There are, however, some at-home heroes who are not being recognized enough during this quarantine: parents who are maneuvering through a pandemic with a child with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).

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