Everything You Need To Know Ab...

What is a rehabilitation center? A rehabilitation centre is a place where an individual can work over his addiction issues under supervised environments that aid addiction recovery with ease. All these treatments and therapies are carried out by well-trained mental health professionals including a psychiatrist, clinical psychologists, psychologists, counselors, nurses & support staffs. With the […]

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Psychological revelation behin...

Folie à Famille translated ‘a folly of family’, the term talks about a shared psychotic disorder among a group of family members as opposed to shared between two people (folie à deux). This is a rare condition because of which effective treatments have not been well-established. However, last week we saw an incident in Delhi […]

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Are You Feeling Suicidal? How ...

Wanting to overcome suicidal thoughts? Firstly, the thought to overcome the suicidal thoughts itself is a sign of positivity. You may think feeling suicidal is a sign of permanent weakness and flew. Actually, it isn’t, feeling suicidal is just a temporary negative mindset that makes you experience intense sadness. During this intense episode majority of […]

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How to Help Someone with Drug ...

Want to help someone with Drug and Alcohol Addiction? A relative, a dear friend, a sibling, a co-worker? Early drug and alcohol abuse education is one of the best ways to start with. Everyone involved needs to be educated, from parents and educators to children and adults. Each needs to know the risks of altered […]

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Depression is an Illness, Not ...

For as long as health professionals can remember, our country has developed a negative stigma towards depression illness. People suffering from depression tend to suffer in silence, or not seek the appropriate treatment because of the shame associated with admitting they have a mental illness. Currently, people diagnosed with depression illness are viewed as broken, […]

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Category Archives: OCD

My OCD Valentine

My OCD Valentine

Am Geetha (name changed), a homemaker, mother of 2 children and wife of OCD survivor. On reading this you might have thought “how she could tell, her husband is an OCD”. this is the problem with our country and the same factor is the reason behind the lack of awareness.
A straight and bold answer to everyone with all my experience, mental illnesses are just like fever and cold when the follow ...

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Understanding OCD- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Understanding OCD

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder affects about 1.2% of the world’s population (i.e. 12 in every 1000 people) starting right from the young children to the adult population, regardless of the gender or cultural or social. And, the disabling fact is the World Health Organisation (WHO) ranked Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in the top ten list of the most debilitating illnesses in terms of diminishing the...

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OCD in Teenagers

OCD in Teenagers

OCD in teenagers makes them feel like something bad will happen to them unless and until they go through some routines and situations. Also, it makes them ashamed and embarrassed by their behaviors. Very often, teens with OCD hide the symptoms for years and years. In some teens, these bad feelings can be so severe enough to overburden their lives.

What is OCD in Teenagers?

Obsessive Compulsive Dis...

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OCD Symptoms

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OCD Symptoms-

It is normal, on occasion to go and double check the things that we all missed or not remembered. For instance, checking ‘the door is locked or not’, ‘checking pocket for a wallet’. But what if this loop keeps repeating for ‘n’ number of time.

This medical condition is known as obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Here the individual is completely occupied or influenced by obsessive ...

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