Click here for the article published by Psychology Today. A Personal Perspective: How can Adam Grant’s newest book help OCD sufferers? In more ways than you think. Continue reading … Disclaimer: The content of this article has not been checked or verified. Proceed at your own risk.
Four Emotional States to Attend to When Treating OCD
August 21, 2023
Click here for the article published by Psychology Today. Relationship obsessive-compulsive disorder (ROCD) is a form of OCD where individuals have intrusive thoughts and compulsions related to their relationship. People with ROCD experience distressing doubts, anxiety, shame, or urgency. They respond by engaging in compulsive behaviours or mental acts to ease their distress and doubts. …
Tips to Combat the “What If’s” of OCD During Pregnancy and After Birth
July 6, 2023
Source: U.S. News and World ReportAlthough obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is fairly common, affecting around 1 in every 50 U.S. adults, its causes have not been well understood—until now. Psychologists from the University of Cambridge report they have found widespread chemical imbalances in the regions of OCD patients’ brains responsible for decision-making. The findings could lead to more targeted treatments for the condition, they say.
Zachary James remembers the exact moment that his first intrusive thought lodged itself in his mind. He was 19 and working in a store when a “creepy man” entered the children’s clothing section.
Click here for the article published by Psychology Today. Do you ever feel troubled by doubts regarding your relationship or partner? You might be experiencing relationship-centred obsessive-compulsive disorder (ROCD). But don’t worry, you can manage it! One way is by letting go of compulsions and being present in your relationship. Other effective tools to manage …
Click here for the article published by Psychology Today. A Personal Perspective: Having OCD is like being in a perpetual Law and Order episode. Here’s how you can befriend the culprit so you can get back to yourself. Continue reading … Disclaimer: The content of this article has not been checked or verified. Proceed at …
Click here for the article published by Nature Neuroscience. Astrocytes are the most common type of glial cells in the CNS. They work closely with neurons. To help understand disease, we need to know the protein networks of neurons and astrocytes. Soto et al. published a paper in Nature describing a method to identify astrocytic …