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comorbidities of ocd

Understanding Comorbidities of OCD

By Drug Addiction, Mental Health

It takes a lot of bravery, courage, and strength for an individual to admit that they are having issues with their mental health and may be struggling with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). So when an individual does manage to get over the hurdle of asking for help, they must get the right diagnosis and the right type of mental health care they need.

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Meditation for Intrusive Thoughts

Controlling the Monkey Mind: Utilizing Meditation for Intrusive Thoughts

By Mental Health

Elizabeth Gilbert continues her train of thought on managing her “monkey mind.” She writes, “From the distant past to the unknowable future, my mind swings wildly through time, touching on dozens of ideas a minute, unharnessed and undisciplined. This in itself is not necessarily a problem; the problem is the emotional attachment that goes along with the thinking.”

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substance abuse advocate

Advocating Against Addiction: How to Support a Loved One Entering a Detox Program

By Drug Addiction

While there are many challenges in advocating for someone entering a detox program, these challenges are often compounded when that person is a family member or loved one. Many dynamics can get in the way of being the most helpful such as fear of resentment, creating a safe space in a shared living area, or having to set boundaries if a loved one isn’t willing to accept help.

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