Communication is key and is also the hardest thing to do in a relationship. For the longest time, I kept my OCD feelings to myself. I was scared of what people were going to think of me. Even though I have conquered a lot of my OCD feelings some of them have yet to change. … Continue reading Communication and Stuff
So I prayed to have Christian friends and my prayer was answered. I was more than happy to have the company of warm and friendly people. I think everyone needs friends. Since my mom was doing the Daniel Fast and I epically failed after one day (look it was hard!) I decided to fast something … Continue reading Jesus Let Me Break My Fast
I have been going to my church for almost two years. I have interacted with some people, but I'm not, sure enough, people know my name. I wanted to be the person that people knew, but I had to interact with people. I really didn't know how to do that. I would have to go … Continue reading Trying Small Groups Again
I don't talk about my brother anymore. He stopped coming around when I was fifteen. I was content with that and so was my mom. My mom had never been a fan of him, but he never wanted to try with her. He only saw her as the woman married to our dad. She was … Continue reading My Older Brother Hurt Me
Quite frankly as I have gone through my OCD problems I realized how hard my illness clashed with my faith. It was bad enough that I couldn't stop worrying but at the same time, I prayed to a God I very much believed it. My OCD made our connect kind of weak, like very bad … Continue reading I’m An OCD Christian (This is What it is Like)
My dad can home from Walmart with a hand full items that he needed for the week. In the bag was a box of pink-eye reliever. I panicked for a second, but then I stopped. My mom told me that my dad's eye was hurting for a week. He also didn't have a red eye … Continue reading Stop Worrying! OCD is Illogical!
I love my Christian brothers and sisters with all my heart, but there is one thing I have to get off my chest. When I ask for prayer about my mental illness do not tell me I don't have one. Both I and The Lord know that I have something wrong. I'm asking you to … Continue reading A Letter To Christians