What is compulsive behaviour?
Compulsive behaviour is best described as persistently or repetitively performing actions, usually in an attempt to control, or eliminate obsessive thoughts. Studies have shown that the major cause ....
Setting yourself for success.
Perhaps you have been thinking about where you want to be in 5 years’ time. Maybe you are not that clear what your objectives in your job are, and if you are clear, do you have any idea how you will achieve them?
If you want to succeed, whether it be in your personal life, or ....
PCOS is a condition that affects a woman’s hormone levels. It often takes the form of higher-than-normal levels of male hormones, known as androgens, such as testosterone. This hormone imbalance causes women to skip menstrual periods, and generally...
Stress itself does not cause OCD, although a very upsetting stressful event, may trigger every-day anxiety in a person’s life, which can worsen the symptoms of OCD.
What is agoraphobia?
Agoraphobia, has over the years, usually been defined as a fear of open spaces. However, extensive research has expanded the definition to include a fear of shops...
Fear - the very root of the obsessive compulsive disorder.
OCD usually starts with a series of thoughts or images which are bothersome and intrusive. These can be thoughts about making mistakes, wanting to harm someone, disease, imagined dangers, contamination, a fear of being out of control, a fear that God will punish you if you are not perfect,
What is a social anxiety disorder?
Social anxiety is best defined as a fear of social situations which may involve interactions with other people. It is triggered by fear and anxiety of being negatively judged and assessed by others.
What is obsessive compulsive disorder, also known as OCD?
OCD is best described as an anxiety disorder in which involuntary, unwanted thoughts occur over and over again, leading to
What exactly is trauma?
The word trauma is actually the Greek word for physical injuries, which we still use for what they call blunt force trauma (heavy blows) to the head or body.
However, nowadays trauma is the term also used to describe
Myth No. 8: Hypnotism is only for the weak-minded. I’m too strong.
Where It Comes From: Some people have claimed they experienced no effects when they visited a hypnotist.
Why It’s Bunkum:
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