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When I was twelve or thirteen, things started getting weird. I had to do everything an even number of times. I started worrying about germs a lot. I worried about what other people were thinking about me.
Including my tendency toward over-analysis. I did not know what was going on. That there was even a name for it.
Since then, things have gotten better. Germs are still an issue. I have come to terms with the fact that I think very differently than most people.
Self-medication worked pretty well, but it almost killed me. I even tried medication from the doctor. That did kill me. It took away the OCD, but it also changed my personality.
My friend Rosanne Dingli recently wrote an excellent piece about writers and depression - http: She suggested I write about writers and OCD.
Instead, I will write about one writer me and OCD. Otherwise, I might have to do research or other distasteful things like interview real, germy people and shake their hands and…you get the idea.
I recently had an interesting conversation with a colleague of mine. We are both teachers. I remarked to her that all the good teachers I have ever known have been weird. Weird in different ways, but weird nonetheless. We both share the affliction of having overactive minds.
I think about a million things all the time, and it is tiring. She suggested that good teachers are weird because, when you are teaching wellyou are engaged in the moment completely. There is no room for the myriad thoughts that swarm like mosquitos most of the time. I think she is on to something.
Writing fits this pattern. When I am writing, I am not thinking about anything else. Not even thinking about writing, really.Dear Twitpic Community - thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years.
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