Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Infographic - Approximately five million Americans may suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) at some point in their lives. Learn about common obsessions and compulsions as well as the therapies used to treat them. Published by Mount Sinai Health System
Alana, I found some interesting information on anxiety disorder, such as the different kinds, the causes, and even different celebrities with anxiety. Check it out and maybe you can learn something new.
OCD: blogs and stories. Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder where unwanted thoughts, urges and repetitive activities become an obstacle to living life as you want to. People who experience OCD often try to cope until they can’t hide the symptoms any longer. This can make them feel very alone and make overcoming the OCD more difficult.
People who have psychological issues, like Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, are also being given the false hope of these magic rocks, and are in fact exploited by things like this. Those with OCD are psychologically inclined to be superstitious and perform "rituals" as if to appease or accomplish something, and that's exactly what this is. Rather than improving their mental state (since there's literally no way a rock could affect that), this is substituting another ritual to obsess over…
What Causes Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) In Children? Are you tired of your child’s mood swings? Is her aggressiveness creating trouble at school? Then she might suffer from Oppositional Defiant Disorder. Read on to know more about it!
Though there are many joking pins about OCD (from myself also!)...know the true disorder and know that people with OCD are fighters, survivors, warriors; and we somehow find ways to lighten the burden with laughs and lightheartedness when the brain is screaming at us not to. Find what works for you, and push though.