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Friday, Feb 9, 2007

Radio Newsman Reveals His Struggle with OCD

Jeff Bell, a news anchor at KCBS AM radio in San Francisco, has published a book called "Rewind, Replay, Repeat" about his battle with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Bell hid the disorder from his coworkers for many years.

Bell made a commitment to come clean about his battle with OCD after one agonizing night in August 1997, when he struggled against an urge to give up his fight and retreat from the world ... That night I made a bargain with the stars, he said. Help me through this and Ill share my story with anyone who will listen.

KCBS anchorman reveals his struggle with OCD

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Saturday, Jan 20, 2007

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