anxiety

You Must Live Your Best Life Today Not Tomorrow
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Your mind is yours and you should be careful as to what you allow to dwell in it. If you permit weeds to proliferate you'll live a miserable life loaded with heaps of headaches and heartaches. Your life will seem to drag and you'll be complaining often. If you condition your mind to think positive thoughts a good share of the time, there will forever...
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Taking care of ourselves in this day and age can be difficult with our busy lives. This list will provide you with tips on how to look your best and be your best. Alternative medicines, exercise, and caring about what you eat are ways of feeling better.
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Brain lock, OCD cycle
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Edited by AnnabelleRC

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Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder that is characterized by recurrent, unwanted thoughts (obsessions), that produce a sense of dread or alarm. Persons then engage in repetitive behaviors (compulsions) in an attempt to rid themselves of the obsessive thoughts and calm the anxiety. If you suffer from obsessive compulsive disorder,...
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Think before you speak
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People say the darnedest things. And sometimes they say the most insensitive things. Whilst it’s great that obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) has received enough media attention that it’s no longer a dirty secret, it is obvious that many people still fail to understand the true severity of this anxiety disorder. When people say things like “I’m...
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Posted by AnnabelleRC
When I was a child, before I’d ever heard of the term obsessive compulsive disorder, I didn’t know what to make of my thoughts, other than that they were embarrassing and had to be kept secret at all costs. Fortunately today, OCD is well recognized, so most people have heard of it. However, without personally experiencing the horror of OCD symptoms,...
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dating someone with obsessive compulsive disorder
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Reviewed by AnnabelleRC
You may have a partner with OCD, or you might be considering starting a relationship, but hesitant because the object of your affections has OCD. It can certainly be challenging if a person’s symptoms threaten to interfere with all the fun you’d like to have. But then again, nobody’s perfect. We all have something that nags us. If that special...
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