I Hope You’ll Die Next Time :)

Quite a shocking title but please carry on reading! In light of the recent suicide prevention day, I would love to talk about a Hungarian movie that I think is definitely worth watching. As you may have noticed, I do not normally post film reviews on my blog – ’cause it’s actually difficult to writeContinue reading “I Hope You’ll Die Next Time :)”

Does Keeping Yourself Busy Help With OCD?

I have been thinking a lot about this question lately and I realized that there’s one thing that I got completely wrong – I used to think that keeping myself busy was the only way to fight OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) and I guess I have kind of “overdone” it. Please do not get meContinue reading “Does Keeping Yourself Busy Help With OCD?”

Reblog – Interview With Mark Wester

I first came upon Mark Wester’s blog, Overcoming OCD while researching about OCD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, due to a revelation by my daughter. I had no prior knowledge about this issue. Since then Mark and myself have been interacting through our comment section. Several days ago Mark sent me a message through email that he […]Continue reading “Reblog – Interview With Mark Wester”

George Ezra opens up about his OCD – Why is it important?

Normally, I do not follow celebrity news but I recently came across a podcast where George Ezra opened up about his OCD struggles and I found it so deep and relatable that I just felt that I needed to share it with you – in case you missed it – and I also want toContinue reading “George Ezra opens up about his OCD – Why is it important?”

How Do You Learn The Best? – The 4 Learning Styles

Learning new things is fun but it can sometimes be very challenging. I am pretty sure all of us have attended classes that were unbearably boring or training courses that hadn’t met our expectations. I, for instance, will never forget the completely incomprehensible mathematics classes I had to survive throughout my high school years. WasContinue reading “How Do You Learn The Best? – The 4 Learning Styles”

Am I Going Bald? – OCD & Hair Loss

During my teenage years I used to wear my hair long. I was an emo kid who loved trying different hairstyles and I think I do not exaggerate by saying that my crazy haircuts were a part of my identity. Back in those days, I would spend hours in front of the mirror fixing myContinue reading “Am I Going Bald? – OCD & Hair Loss”

“Not So OCD” – A Guided Tour Around My Room

OCD is not an adjective – and I think many of you already know that. But despite the fact that there are more and more people who have been trying to raise awareness on OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), I still see quite a few “I am so OCD” posts in my social media feeds. AmContinue reading ““Not So OCD” – A Guided Tour Around My Room”

4 Chronotypes – Confessions Of A Wolf

I have always had trouble waking up early in the morning. When I was a child, my parents used to tell me that one day I would get used to getting up early but here I am. 27 years old and despite the fact that I’ve been forced to be an early riser for mostContinue reading “4 Chronotypes – Confessions Of A Wolf”

Tales Of The Jewish Quarter – Hidden Happiness

Yesterday, I was walking the narrow streets of Budapest’s Jewish Quarter – a place that has recently become well-known for its vibrant nightlife and its ruin bars full of life – but for me, this neighborhood will always mean more than a party district as I still remember the days before it was transformed intoContinue reading “Tales Of The Jewish Quarter – Hidden Happiness”

What If I Don’t Really Have OCD?

In most cases, being diagnosed with a disorder is definitely not a pleasant experience. But my story is different. The day I found out I had Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) was the start of a new chapter in my life and I will always remember it as a rather happy, joyful day. Please, please, pleaseContinue reading “What If I Don’t Really Have OCD?”