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Recently, I’m coming across questions similar to this one: “I see fellow students learning their subjects very easily, but me, I seem ..read more
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Do you have intrusive thoughts that make you think your partner is attracted to someone else or vice-versa? Do you worry endlessly that ..read more
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How do I know I’m ruminating about an obsession relating to my OCD, and not just worrying, generally? While worrying could be said ..read more
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The word “delusion” in obsessive-compulsive disorder explains the absence of insight, not fixed belief associated with psychosis. ..read more
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Photo by Rene Asmussen on Pexels.com First, guilt is an emotion that most people experience. For example, if someone lies, they may feel ..read more
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Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com First, a phobia usually involves having a fear of spiders, dogs, fire, open or closed spaces, heights, ..read more
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Photo by Rene Asmussen on Pexels.com First, guilt is an emotion that most people experience. For example, if someone lies, they may feel ..read more

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