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Rejection causes painful emotional wounds that may trigger or intensify obsessions, depression, or anxiety. Research tells us that rejection is extrem...
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The desire for perfection is an element of many psychological issues such as OCD, anxiety, and depression. We might strive for perfect certainty, the...
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The holidays are an especially difficult time to shop within our means. However, understanding why we sometimes shell out more than we can afford to h...
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Up to half of children with an anxious parent or parents become anxious adolescents and adults. Anxiety prevention programs in schools have shown mode...
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Researchers compared two self-help interventions that can reduce trichotillomania (TTM): progressive muscle relaxation, and “decoupling.” The investig...
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There is a growing pile of research indicating that anxiety and depression may be triggered or worsened by poor gut health. Even social anxiety may b...
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Doing one’s best, and striving for perfection, each lead to excellence in performance, but with vastly different mental and emotional consequences. Al...
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Whether we struggle with symptoms of anxiety, depression, or OCD, we can uplift ourselves by engaging in a simple, daily gratitude practice. Exercisin...
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OCD is a fairly common mental health disorder, and effective treatment helps most sufferers reduce their symptoms. Yet, OCD is too often under-diagnos...
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People with OCD who undergo Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and/or ERP (exposure response prevention) therapy usually experience symptom relief. T...
 
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