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OCD stands for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Some of the characteristics of this disorder are:
A compulsive search for flaws in a partner or spouse. Most relationships do not survive the scrutiny.
There can be a fear of injury, either to others or yourself. So there is avoidance of scissors or other sharp objects.
The person can feel responsible for hurting others. They will keep the rug smoothed out or pick up trash to keep others from being hurt.
They can have an intolerance of anything being out of place in their surroundings. This compels the person to over ride social acceptability and work to keep things in order. This can lead to others feeling uncomfortable, but this is overlooked.
There can be a fear of germs and the person washes their hands a great deal. This can lead the person to washing everything that has been touched by hands, walls, clothes, etc.
The person may have no problem with other people being gay, but they keep trying to find the smallest stirrings of it in themselves.
There can be a compulsion towards hypochondria. The person is not sure that the doctor knows the right thing and so there is worries about misdiagnoses or other errors.
Please do not diagnose the people around you. If you think that they need help, get them to a doctor.
The part of the brain that is affected by this problem is the amydala. There is also a loop formed by the orbital frontal cortex, the caudate nucleus and the thalamus.
LENS can help the brain to work in a calm relaxed manner. It can help the brain to defrag the areas that are working incorrectly.
Hello, my name is Dana Lee Collins M.A.,L.P.C. I am a psychotherapist that has been trained in the art of neurofeedback. This science helps to heal the brain of trauma. I am dedicated to helping people heal.