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Researchers estimate at least ten percent of those with bipolar disorder have OCD as well. Many individuals with both diagnoses indicate that their OC...
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If you have difficulty understanding your OCD, or have difficulty trying to help someone else understand it, a diagram from the book Anxiety Free: Unr...
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We usually think of compulsive hoarding behavior as an acquisition of physical items such as clothing, containers, antiques, food, or tools. However,...
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One of the best ways to clear and focus the mind, reduce anxiety, and boost our energy is to breathe slowly. Many forms of meditation utilize attentiv...
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Frederick Penzel, Ph.D. makes a good point when he writes about the mental health field being too caught up with the idea of change. Acceptance of wha...
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Like we did with clomipramine and imipramine, in this entry we'll take a cursory glance at two more drugs in the antidepressant category, this time a...
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In this entry we'll take a cursory glance at two of the older drugs in the antidepressant category, clomipramine and imipramine. Clomipramine Clomipr...
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Sexual obsessions are repetitive and intrusive ideas, thoughts, images, or impulses focused on sexual content. People with sexual obsessions might ha...
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Hoarding is a disorder with three overlapping aspects. One aspect is the collecting of too many objects. The second is having trouble getting rid of i...
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People who have OCD, obsessive compulsive disorder, usually harbor a huge dislike for that part of themselves. OCD symptoms are extremely uncomfortabl...

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