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Originally published in Forbes. Written by Anna Haines

These Therapy-Inspired Bracelets Are Designed To Help Manage Anxiety And OCD

“Why are we not taught about how the mind works in school? We’re taught about how ever other body part works but we’re not taught the complexities of the mind,” Lindsay Stetzer tells Forbes. The 32-year-old co-founder of jewelry brand Presently was diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) 17 years ago, but it was only when she started going to therapy as a teenager that she learned how to manage the disorder. “If I had known that OCD comes in all these different forms, if we were taught this in school,” says Lindsay. Her sister Emily Stetzer finishes her sentence, “it would’ve saved so much time and worry,”

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