Tag: obsession

What Are the 5 Subtypes of OCD?

As with any other mental disorder, people struggling with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) are bound to experience the illness differently. In fact, when it comes to diagnosis, OCD faces such a broad definition that many people may find themselves fitting the bill. Truth be told, there are subtypes of OCD that people are prone to struggle

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What is Sexual Obsession?

When it comes to obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), the main symptoms are unwelcomed thoughts, images, or ideas that don’t leave the mind and cause suffering. A subset of these symptoms is known as sexual obsession. This is when an idea or thought surrounding sexual activity continually preoccupies or intrudes on your mind. These can happen both with

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How to Handle Mental Health in College

College is considered one of the most vital periods of your life. Not only are you pushing to settle yourself into a career, but you’re making that important transition from adolescent to adult. The work involved can make your head spin with stress. Though you may feel alone in that pressure, it’s common for students to

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The Millennial Obsession with Fame

The Superego and Social Media Recently, I wrote an article for an upcoming magazine which entails of how social media is affecting the modern generation’s psychology. Within the piece, I referred heavily to Sigmund Freud’s theory of the ego, superego, and ID. After some reflection on the research, I began to really see how this theory

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