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myOCDsucks.com Launches Web Site and Community Forum for Kids with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

April 2, 2011

Web site designed to help kids with OCD help each other by sharing stories, feel supported and realize they are not alone

San Jose, CA (PRWEB) April 1, 2011

myOCDsucks.com, the site for kids with OCD by a kid with OCD, announced its formal launch today. The goal of the site is to build a community for kids with OCD that provides a place to share challenges and ideas for managing and triumphing over OCD. The heart of the site is the “share your stories” discussion forum which kids can login in to directly from their Facebook, Twitter or email accounts. The site also contains references to OCD tools and the OCD hall of fame which is a list of celebrities that suffer from OCD.

“I hope that by sharing my story and creating this site other kids with OCD will feel comfortable sharing their story,” said Jake Caccamo, myOCDsucks.com founder and CEOcd. “The key is realizing you are not alone and together we have a better chance of conquering OCD.”

myOCD.com encourages kids to join the site today and get the word out using the Facebook “like” button on the home page. Family and friends are also encouraged to show their support by joining the site and contributing to the special “I’m a Friend” discussion forum.

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