OCD Sufferer’s Forum

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OCD Sufferer’s Forum

Imformation about OCD provided by OCD sufferer’s. Learning about the course, nature and appropriate treatment for OCD.

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The Benefits Of Mindfulness Therapy

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Why should you consider joining a mindfulness stress and anxiety management group? The truth is that many, if not all of us, are caught in a mental race to achieve something in our lives. We’re always planning, striving, and stressing about an unknown future. In doing so, we disregard the here and now. Everything that happens in between the milestone achievements is eclipsed. The quality and depth of our day-to-day life suffers. We prevent our own happiness. If you are moving through life this way, a mindfulness stress and anxiety...

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Finding the Right OCD Treatment

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Finding the Right OCD Treatment

OCD is often misdiagnosed and poorly treated. Find effective help for OCD. www.anxietyocdbala.com/help-with-ocd

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Mindfulness: CBT, MBCT,Trying to Think a Feeling Away

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Mindfulness: CBT, MBCT,Trying to Think a Feeling Away

A common mistake that we make is to depend on our rational critical thinking or problem solving mind to try to fix or get rid of negative emotions, like sadness. Remember emotions are a complex fusion of feelings, thoughts, urges and bodily sensations. Emotions can only be experienced not fixed. If we try to get rid of sadness using rational critical thinking, our mind would first look to our memory for other times we have felt like this. The purpose would be to help us understand how not to repeat the mistake by seeing it again.  But what...

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From CBT to Mindfulness or MBCT

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From CBT to Mindfulness or MBCT

There are a multitude of therapeutic approaches that help decrease human distress and suffering. In this article I will talk about two that have been influential and successful in understanding and treating many mental health and quality of life issues. Both are based in a present moment orientation and represent a welcome joining of eastern and western thinking that continues to bring sorely needed understanding to the issue of human suffering. In the late 1970’s, Dr. Aaron T. Beck popularized a cognitive psychological model based on...

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