Living in the Labyrinth of My Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
“Perhaps the point of a labyrinth is not to find the exit.”
Are you concerned with contamination? Do you need to keep things arranged neatly?
I do not have to decide right now
I am comfortable living with not knowing
I’d never have guessed you have OCDwell
La Casa de AsteriónOjalá me lleve a un lugar con menos galerías y menos puertas
Ana Maria Guay is a writer and teacher with degrees in Classics. She currently lives in Atlanta, GA.
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