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    Popular! TLC Foundation for Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors
    The TLC Foundation for Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (formerly known as the Trichotillomania Learning Center) provides a variety of helpful tools and resources to those who suffer from skin-picking, trichotillomania (hair pulling), and other like disorders.

    Additional resources and information are also available for those who wish to donate or volunteer to raise support and awareness for these disorders. - 3-Nov-2000 - Hits: 1328 - Rate This | Details
    Clutterless Top Rated
    Clutterless is a non-profit, peer-based, self-help support group for people who want to change their cluttering behavior on a deeper level than just learning how to organize. Support groups meet in person in Pleasanton, CA. - 20-Aug-2001 - Hits: 598 - Rate This | Details
    Machine Man Forum
    The Machine Man project is a movement to change mainstream perceptions of OCD through media and art. We are producing a feature film about OCD with the support of OCD experts such as Dr. Michael Jenike, Jeff Bell, and the International OCD Foundation. We also have a Forum (link provided) where people who have had OCD touch their lives are welcome to come and share their art, writing, music, videos - any creative works that show what real OCD looks like beyond the stereotypes and sensationalized images seen in mainstream media today. Its a platform for the voices of real people, with the real disorder. They can ask questions, talk with one another, and see that this is not the shameful, marginalized disorder they might think it is. And most importantly, we hope the acceptance they get on this forum will compel them to seek the help they need. - 8-Mar-2011 - Hits: 173 - Rate This | Details
    OCD-UK Top Rated
    OCD-UK is a dynamic UK charity, which has been founded for people who are affected by Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). We aim to bring the facts about OCD to the public and to support those who suffer in silence from this often debilitating anxiety disorder. - 26-Dec-2004 - Hits: 379 - Rate This | Details