In the first part of this article, the counselor gave examples of 2 cases that suffer from obsessive compulsive disorders (OCD). In this part, she will analyze the mentioned cases and explain more abo
Fatimah was rushing to leave for class, when she realized the oven was still on. She went into the kitchen, turned it off, grabbed her purse which was on the counter next to the oven and headed out t
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a form of anxiety disorder. Treatment may include exposure therapy (with prevention of compulsive rituals) and antidepressants. The obsessions are usually relate
When your child is born, he or she has a brain that has many neurological synaptic connections. In fact, these connections are so many that they are simply not efficient or strong enough to create sta
As written in the description of this video, it highlights the link between psychiatric drugs and acts of senseless violence, including nearly all recent mass-shootings and school shootings in the US.
We live in a culture of violence. The television has constant scenes of family violence, community violence, themes of revenge and war. Gangs seem “cool” to young people with the underlying theme
If you are a parent who has reared a child with Autism, and they are about to complete their high school educational and/or is about to become of legal age, you will have many things to consider durin
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