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    How to overcome OCD? Dr. McMahon discusses the importance of recognizing OCD as a disorder rather than a quirky personality trait and the different treatment options available for OCD.



    Check out Dr. McMahon's website and learn more about her self-help workbook "Overcoming Anxiety and Panic Interactive Guide" here: www.elizabeth-mcmahon.com

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Sprotube
Sprotube

OCD so hard to live with. Everyday is a struggle for life and constant stress. No time to live with a clear mind, constant chaos.

Vor 8 Monate
JackLock
JackLock

I’m with you buddy your not alone

Vor 4 Tage
mike Larsson
mike Larsson

Don't ignore your thoughts and also don't respond to them, just observe them.

Vor 5 Tage
cursedmonkey
cursedmonkey

I need help bad

Vor 13 Tage
afxcupid
afxcupid

I have to touch wood or stare at people , objects , things 5 times otherwise my Brian tells my terrible things will happen , to my loved ones or pets or family , or even to my self it’s a very very hard thing to deal with and it makes my anxiety worse , so to anyone struggling out there with OCD , anxiety or any mental health , stress , your not alone

Vor 24 Tage
ankit raturi
ankit raturi

Right bro

Vor 27 Tage
dia
dia

I've had ocd for as long as I can remember. it used to be worse for me when i was younger and eventually it has gotten better. I have learned to control my thoughts in a more efficient way. For anyone who has ocd, trust me it gets better 💜

Vor 7 Monate
dia
dia

@Esra Awais reduce rituals/things u do due to your ocd day by day by doing them less (for example washing hands) and try to get rid of your thoughts by watching/doing smth u like.

Vor 6 Tage
dia
dia

@Mihi❤️ nope, i still have ocd but it doesn't affect my life as much as it used to

Vor 6 Tage
cursedmonkey
cursedmonkey

Pls I need help

Vor 13 Tage
Esra Awais
Esra Awais

Will you explain it plz I want to recover. Tell me some self help tips

Vor Monat
Anirudh Ani
Anirudh Ani

@aloha yuki bro,my life is been shit for more than 5 year ,after my 10th class ..my parents sent me to hostle there i got my ocd and till now its there and i am not able to do shit about it ,even though i know the reality i still do repeative checks on every damn thing ,i self talk alot which i hate ...even now to write such a big reply i took 5min cuz of my ocd ,i dont know what to do 😖😖😭😭😭😭i self talked for 3min ,i know i have only one life and i am wasting it but i cant do anything about it

Vor Monat
Milk Fries
Milk Fries

For anyone going through this it may seem hard but keep in mind, you don’t want to do this stuff that your thoughts are saying you do. You’re really just bullying yourself as crazy as it sounds, especially when the thoughts make you think you actually want to do something, but there’s no one, literally know one making you and your mind may feel like it’s going to make you do it but you don’t have to, you really don’t and most importantly you don’t want to and deep down you know it. You just have to be strong and remember that it’s just your ocd messing with you. You’ll get through this no matter how badly it scares you. I’m praying for y’all 🙏🏼

Vor 8 Monate
Maggy Neeva
Maggy Neeva

Thank you! I'm trying to get over it.

Vor Monat
Milk Fries
Milk Fries

@Eliza Thoker jann I would just learn to laugh again , you know, it’s always so serious all the time with stuff because it is, but we don’t realize how much it’s sucking the enjoyment out of your life and making us feel less human, so try, just try to have fun and also, let someone know it really helps when someone else knows what you’re going through.

Vor Monat
Cozy
Cozy

Thank you so much

Vor Monat
Ganga Limbu
Ganga Limbu

I just can't stop

Vor Monat
Eliza Thoker jann
Eliza Thoker jann

really it scares ...i just need some suggestion

Vor Monat
Muhammad Nathan
Muhammad Nathan

when Dr McMahon says about having OCD of fearing to harmed the one's you loved, I break instantly and started to cry, that's been the thing that has been going on inside my head for 6 MONTHS or less, and there's been no one i can reach or talk to about this until i saw this video where finally someone is mentioning what ive been going through and it immedietaly makes me went into tears, ''THERE IS FINALLY SOMEONE THAT KNOWS WHAT IVE BEEN GOING THROUGH'' that's what i thought, ik it sounds overreacted but believed me thats what i felt when i heard those words, thank you doctor and i will take all of your advice and used it for now on, Thank you doc, just thank you

Vor 11 Monate
Hairy nipps
Hairy nipps

@Srishty Samal ocd is not fun. We’re not bad people.

Vor 24 Tage
Srishty Samal
Srishty Samal

Heyyy! I've had thoughts related to these. The thought usually goes like "I wish...(and then comes the harmful and cruel thought)". It makes me feel immediately anxious and guilty, as sometimes it feels as if I'm the one who's thinking these things intentionally. Is this normal?

Vor Monat
Jilianne trisha Del moro
Jilianne trisha Del moro

My ocd is going to be 3 years now but its getting better thank you Lord

Vor 2 Monate
souad berrouk
souad berrouk

@Adrija Ganguly face you fears and accept them

Vor 2 Monate
Hasy Ipmihs
Hasy Ipmihs

Same here I have had this for 4 months now

Vor 3 Monate
faggurgle
faggurgle

I'm beginning to accept that I have developed OCD to a point it is ruining my life and hearing Dr. McMahon just made me cry: both because OCD became very real to me and because she tells there's a way to conquer it. I don't know how to explain it, but I've been reading a lot about OCD lately, but McMahon gave me something everything else couldn't: hope. Thank you.

Vor 6 Monate
Mental Help
Mental Help

its destroys my life a lot to but ive started to video my progress as i try to over come it on my channel

Vor 5 Monate
Amira D Gaming
Amira D Gaming

I'm struggling so much right now with OCD and intrusive thoughts, especially about embarrassing things that i feel i have to act on, i just want to be able to enjoy the summer and be happy

Vor 11 Monate
UNIVERSAL LOVE
UNIVERSAL LOVE

Same.

Vor 2 Monate
mayank
mayank

@Rosen if i do that i get even more scared

Vor 5 Monate
Mental Help
Mental Help

@Deborah I feel same it’s horrible. I did a video on it and I was suicidal

Vor 5 Monate
Mental Help
Mental Help

I’m keeping busy and try to put a plan in action when I get a obsession to give me 30 mins so the compulsion is easier to stop thinking about. I did a video on it on my channel but it’s hard work

Vor 5 Monate
Ananta Shrestha
Ananta Shrestha

I feel you.

Vor 5 Monate
Sambit Guru
Sambit Guru

I remember it started at the age of 16. I am 28 now. Sometimes it becomes too severe and I keep on brooding over these thoughts inspite of being aware that these are just thoughts. I have control over my actions and I can never do that. This video is really helpful. I will work on Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy and will try to stop my compulsive behaviour.

Vor 9 Monate
naresh gupta
naresh gupta

Bro I am also suffering with it

Vor 6 Monate
Upendra Sirsat
Upendra Sirsat

Can u expain how would u manage that's thought and compulsion I have suffering since 17 at my age

Vor 7 Monate
Thomas Shelby
Thomas Shelby

I had suffered from OCD for many years since childhood. But I found out that it's a real thing 2 years ago. My OCD has reached at an extreme level now. It's been peaking since a year and a half now through this pandemic as I was mostly at home sitting idle, furlong these thoughts. I still remember, one day I went to my friend's house, he asked if we could to his cousin's house who lived nearby. He said it would be fun and he really was a great guy. After some talking he asked us to go to a grocery store which wasn't too far. We agreed as who would not, free treats. We went and chewed on some chewing gums. As we were about to leave it started raining out of nowhere. There was a small alley like thing just beside so we waited there until the skies would get clear. I saw an electric box thing there which was connected to an overhead wire. It was very poorly sealed. My OCD kicked in and I started playing with it. I could read the warning that it was life threatening but I was helpless. My enemy was my mind and my thoughts. I did what my mind made me do but I would come up with excuses to repeat it. Likes, oh I missed that edge over there, my fingers weren't all flat while I went through it or my palm or all of my fingers weren't touching at the same time and other random crap. I was on it until my friend and his cousin scolded me in a soft way and like woke me up, I was sorta unaware of what's going on and it's just me, my thoughts and the compulsion which I had to do. I don't think I would probably be here tell you guys about this if I was stuck on doing that for just a few more minutes. I found out about videos like these probably 2 months ago but I have been avoiding it or you can say my mind has been making me avoid it and procrastinate. But, today, I finally gathered up the courage and gave myself reasons on why I should watch it. I am totally happy I did it. I also regret that I should've done this a long while ago. Things would probably have been different. Still, in the end, it feels good to know that I am not alone, people who are just like me, and people who would not think I am crazy, unlike my parents, exist. It's so awesome to know that people are actually trying to find solutions on this and helping the ones who fell victim to this cruel curse. If you have read it this far, I thank you for giving me your precious time which I am probably not worthy of, and I am grateful to anyone and everyone who helps themselves and the others with OCD ❤️

Vor 5 Monate
ATISHAY KASHYAP
ATISHAY KASHYAP

@HRICHA SINHA ERP

Vor 2 Monate
HRICHA SINHA
HRICHA SINHA

Hey can u pls tell me... How u overcame it?.. plszz tell me 😭😭😭.. i m also suffering with that! 🙏🏻

Vor 5 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for taking the first step and expressing your struggle. We want you to know you are not alone in how you feel. We recommend checking out the resources in the description of our video that can help you find treatment and support.

Vor 5 Monate
Lisa S
Lisa S

This was incredibly helpful - clear clinical advice, encouragement, and courageous empathy.

Vor 9 Monate
Md 7
Md 7

I'm 18 and I've got OCD. It's so tough to live with, I'm exhausted 😭. Edit: I became 19 today.

Vor year
arpit rege
arpit rege

With increasing age the frequency of intrusive thoughts reduce. Atleast this happened in my case. Don't worry you are not alone

Vor 3 Monate
Shisaso
Shisaso

Same here got it on 18

Vor 4 Monate
Ananta Shrestha
Ananta Shrestha

@Maria Same here. I am also 14 and it all started around 9 or 10 years old.

Vor 5 Monate
Wat
Wat

@Ashish Gupta really?

Vor 6 Monate
Yoshgay
Yoshgay

I have a very severe case of OCD, and it’s telling me to do things that I’m scared or not willing to do before my birthday, which is in a month. It makes me jump in public for no reason, and that makes me look like a freak. OCD is not just hand washing and such; it’s a really controlling thing.

Vor 4 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for taking the first step and expressing your struggle. We want you to know you are not alone in how you feel. We hope you will check out the links to the resources in the description box for where to learn more and where to get treatment and support.

Vor 4 Monate
Lootay
Lootay

I have been dealing with OCD since I can remember. It has kinda morphed into many shapes, but just recently I understood what I had. I don't wanna bores you guys with the details on how difficult it has been. I would instead like to tell you guys that I will work on it. To the best of my abilities, and I am sure I will overcome it cause it is a giant jump that I have to take to be able to become who I want to be. Just remember what rock Lee says man. You can accomplish anything withard work and perseverance. I love you all ❤.

Vor 22 Tage
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for taking the first step and expressing your struggle. We want you to know you are not alone in how you feel. We hope you will check out the links to the resources in the description box for where to learn more and where to get treatment and support.

Vor 20 Tage
Jack
Jack

I believe I have had ocd for years but my family for some reason does not believe me. My ocd has now gotten to the point where I’m believing I did things I didn’t (for example hurting children, hurting people, etc) things I would never dream of doing to someone. It is very scary as these thoughts seem very real, and you try to fight it with logic but you can’t. But I am beginning to get terrified as I am only 16 and these thoughts started yesterday. I don’t want to live like this, it’s messing with my head.

Vor year
versatile human being
versatile human being

@Vanshika Tomar have u got any relief from ocd and are u on meds my life is in complete shambles its so tough fighting with this ocd demon everyday i dont know what to do 😔

Vor 2 Monate
Vanshika Tomar
Vanshika Tomar

@ー oh thanks I'll try it 😊

Vor 7 Monate
ー

I didn't know I had OCD, and I thought everyone had these weird thoughts so what I did over the years unknowingly was that I decided to ignore these thoughts and didn't act upon them. And as these thoughts sounded just like those of mine, sometimes I would think as if I thought them myself. And again, what I did was I pretended as if these thoughts "of mine" were someone stupid that tells me to do stuff. For example, if I heard a thought of "hurting someone" or "washing my hands for 5 times in a row", I would respond to that thought with something like "that's unethical", "that's unnecessary and excessive" as if that thought was from someone stupid/friend. So, yeah, I unknowingly treated myself not even knowing I had OCD. So, I think you can also do it. Try to respond to your thoughts, as if you are talking with someone inside your head, try to get the control of that conversation.

Vor 7 Monate
Lana M
Lana M

@Vanshika Tomar hi I know it might be personal details but if you could give me an idea of what your OCD is I could help or share with you how I've been dealing with mine. Therapy helped me only while doing it with a combination of listening to motivational videos and creating a plan for myself (some individual work talking to myself encouraging myself and breaking down my fears asking myself questions) once I asked myself questions constantly I realized that OCD is in my head, I'm still on my healing journey I still have OCD but I have been trying to heal step by step change is gradual it won't come all at once there's hope for all of us no matter what our OCD is and sometimes yes we relapse by accident it's like a drug but the most important thing is remaining on the healing path and having faith, I'd be lying to you if I say I healed and I'm ocd free I'm not ocd free I'm still working on myself so I can heal and live better, if you can share with me your experience I'd love to help

Vor 8 Monate
Vanshika Tomar
Vanshika Tomar

@Lana M yes that's what happens with me also And plus ocd makes me believe thoughts it wants to and I still don't know if they're true or not because they seem Hella true . I don't know what to do and even therapies don't work.

Vor 8 Monate
vix
vix

I just wanted to share this OCD related thing that i’ve been doing this morning for about half an hour now, so, I have these pants that everyone complimented me on, and this one teacher said she wanted to “feel” them, which I said that it was okay for her to do so because I didn’t want to seem disrespectful. And well, a few weeks passed and I started listening to this spiritual/paranormal podcast and in one of the episodes it said that curses can be transferred by simple touch (This is likely untrue so please don’t take this seriously). Fast forward to this week’s Thursday, I somehow came to the conclusion that this teacher that touched my pants to feel them had ill intent, I haven’t worn those pants in weeks but today, I was cleaning my closet and came across these same pants that the teacher touched. With the whole touch-curse knowledge in mind and ne suspecting that this teacher had ill intent I was literally acting like those pants were contaminated. There was a chain on them so I took it off and wiped it, then, I put those pants in the laundry machine to get rid of the supposed “curse”, I proceeded to wipe the floor of the area where I put the pants, than I kinda subconsciously kicked them and had to wipe my slippers and WIPE MY FUCKING SOCKS WITH A WET WIPE💀. I actually couldn’t believe I was doing this but still continued to wipe shit that had NOTHING to do with this. Like, for example, the door handle of my room, because I touched it and my hand which touched the pants and therefore, “contaminated with the curse” and, well, you can probably guess how the next about half-hour went… Anyway, I just sat down from this whole cycle and searched up “how to get rid of OCD” or something along those lines and came across this video, so just wanted to vent and hopefully gave a few people maybe relate to this, if so that would be pretty cool. Also, sorry if this is confusing to read I just kinda sat down and had to vent so this was written completely on impulse. Hope you all have a great day.

Vor 3 Monate
vix
vix

Knowing that few people will reply to this I had something to share in relation to this event. So, I wore this blouse, and that same teacher said that my collar was inverted so she asked if she could fix it and I said “sure” (that was the time I started suspecting her) and then I decided that it was time to act because I didn’t want to stay with the thought of this. So, on that sane paranormal podcast it said that you can get rid of the curse by touching whoever you suspect back, so, I asked her to go to the bathroom when I didn’t even want to and lightly touched her shoulder saying “oh, there was a speck”. She smiled, signed my pass and let me go. That was hands down the most awkward and nerve-wracking experience that I’ve had at school this year.

Vor 3 Monate
Rohan Paul
Rohan Paul

😭😭😭😭😭😭 thank you for explaining , I am suffering from ocd since childhood ,I never knew that this was a disorder , last few years it has been so hard , my family didn't. Understand it and thought it is my fault , 😭😭😭😭 finally I can act on it , thank you so much doc ❤️

Vor 8 Monate
WhatHAP
WhatHAP

@mayank same

Vor 4 Monate
mayank
mayank

bro if i tell my family they will think something is wrong with me and ignore it

Vor 5 Monate
Flower POWER
Flower POWER

It is NOT your fault. ❤

Vor 7 Monate
Edu ES
Edu ES

So, as someone with severe OCD for 2 over decades, I have noticed that along with what was said, a healthy lifestyle really helps (water, sleep, and weight management) since chemical release affects anxiety, and is triggered by physiological acts. Gaining and losing weight makes the OCD more active, along with staying up late. I am not sure if this is true medically, just an observation over the years. Anyone know if this is valid medically speaking? Also, the ocd is always there, but the waves of it seems to directly correlate with literal food intake. The greasier the food, the stronger it is. Is this a real thing or just me trying to figure out and connecting things just for justification?

Vor 9 Monate
Rishu Sharma
Rishu Sharma

Food does play a vital role. I have experienced it myself. In fact putting on weight increases your obsessions and on losing too much of weight, you lose your control on your compulsions. In fact diet has something to do with OCD. Eat probiotics, uric acid lowering foods, take antioxidants, you well see the difference. Telling you by experience.

Vor 2 Monate
Mental Help
Mental Help

I liked your comment Ocd really steals from my life, i;m doing a few videos on it as i;m fed up with being bullied by it. you are right though food is so improtant

Vor 5 Monate
Cheshire of HEVACY
Cheshire of HEVACY

Thank you so much for this! This is definitely helpful. I feel heard right now. I feel understood. When I heard that it is not a choice, I felt heard and understood extremely. Because most people think that it can be controlled or chosen. I even experienced having someone say that they struggle because of my OCD more than I am struggling. It’s so messed up. I just don’t think that comparing what they feel to what I feel is helpful. It’s making me feel so bad about myself. I don’t want this, and that is something people need to understand. To all those people who have OCD too, we can get through this. It will get better.

Vor 3 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for sharing your lived experience. By sharing what you’ve gone through, others know that they aren’t alone. If you are in need of more support for your symptoms, the NAMI National Warmline Directory is a great resource, unlike a hotline for those in immediate crisis, warmlines provide early intervention with emotional support that can prevent a crisis – and a more costly 911 call or ER visit. The lines are typically free, confidential peer-support services staffed by volunteers or paid employees who have experienced mental health conditions themselves. For a list of where to find this service in your area please check out the link here -> https://www.nami.org/NAMI/media/NAMI-Media/BlogImageArchive/2020/NAMI-National-HelpLine-WarmLine-Directory-3-11-20.pdf We hope you will continue to watch our videos to learn more about mental health, self-care, and ways to support others.

Vor 3 Monate
Chris Hollins
Chris Hollins

Great video that actually shows what we go through every second of every day. Thanks for this!

Vor 7 Monate
Shi_ Leo_ 21
Shi_ Leo_ 21

Everyday is a hell for people like us who are suffering from OCD😭😭.... I hope someday we can all live better and normal life like others.... love you all❤️❤️

Vor 5 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for taking the first step and expressing your struggle. We want you to know you are not alone in how you feel. For support and resources, the NAMI National Warmline Directory is a great resource, unlike a hotline for those in immediate crisis, warmlines provide early intervention with emotional support that can prevent a crisis – and a more costly 911 call or ER visit. The lines are typically free, confidential peer-support services staffed by volunteers or paid employees who have experienced mental health conditions themselves. For a list of where to find this service in your area please check out the link here -> https://www.nami.org/NAMI/media/NAMI-Media/BlogImageArchive/2020/NAMI-National-HelpLine-WarmLine-Directory-3-11-20.pdf

Vor 5 Monate
C S
C S

How refreshing to watch a video where so much adds up, makes sense and like the doctor talking knows what she is talking about because she also has it. I thought I was the only 1 with multiple things that my ocd is affecting but it seems I am not. Stronger together and as a team fighting ocd.

Vor 3 Monate
MENA
MENA

If anyone is reading this… I’ve been struggling with OCD for about a year and a half. It is the hardest struggle I have ever experienced. Just know that if you’re struggling too, we can beat it!

Vor 3 Monate
JEREMIAS VELEZ
JEREMIAS VELEZ

Amen

Vor 2 Monate
carmen Winstead
carmen Winstead

Or sometimes my mind even tells me to break my cat's neck.(ofc I did not break it)

Vor 3 Monate
carmen Winstead
carmen Winstead

Hey MENA, im a young teen boy, and I am starting to think I have OCD. Since when I was young enough to know what is happening around me, maybe like 5 or 6, sometimes made up scenes of disturbing and cringy scenes appear in my mind, even though I dont want it to. Or even far as people I know injured, dead, or killed brutally. Do you think I have OCD?

Vor 3 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for sharing your lived experience. By sharing what you’ve gone through. If you are in need of more support for your symptoms, the NAMI National Warmline Directory is a great resource, unlike a hotline for those in immediate crisis, warmlines provide early intervention with emotional support that can prevent a crisis – and a more costly 911 call or ER visit. The lines are typically free, confidential peer-support services staffed by volunteers or paid employees who have experienced mental health conditions themselves. For a list of where to find this service in your area please check out the link here -> https://www.nami.org/NAMI/media/NAMI-Media/BlogImageArchive/2020/NAMI-National-HelpLine-WarmLine-Directory-3-11-20.pdf

Vor 3 Monate
qaetie
qaetie

I have had OCD for a really long time now. When I was younger it wasn't that bad but when I was growing up it was getting worse. I spend a lot of time repeating the same thing and overthinking what will happen if I won't. I'm so tired of that now and I just want to be happy and stop doing all of these things. I'm scared to tell anyone about it because I tried and my family laughed at me and told me that I'm just overreacting. I talked about it with my friends but I still feel like no one understands me. I finally decided to fight with it myself and I will try really hard to recover from OCD. Wish me luck guys and I'm gonna say good luck to everyone who tried to recover from OCD. You are strong and you can do it.

Vor 5 Monate
DdragonX
DdragonX

Im here for you little bro if you want to share. There is nothing to be afraid of. Also its normal for others to not understand because it sounds insane for them. I am sure you have always known what is normal and what is fictional so overcome it. Just do it! Enjoy life! :)

Vor 5 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

We appreciate you taking the first step of expressing your struggle. You are not alone in how you feel. We hope you will check out the links to the resources in the description box for where to learn more and where to get treatment and support.

Vor 5 Monate
Mental Help
Mental Help

Just started my own channel and its taken a lot of guts as I have suffered all my life with OCD but your site is amazing and really encourages me and others to challenge OCD. thank you so much for spending the time to help people like me.

Vor 5 Monate
Tech Eye
Tech Eye

While Dr. McMahon was saing "checking locks once and then not going back" I was laughing but crying inside cause I'm that person in my house who has to lock the front door every night before sleeping and I used to check it multiple times and sometimes ask my brother to go check once. However, I taught myself to stop checking a thousand times by saying this spell in mind, " I assure myself that the door has been locked well and I do not need to panic".

Vor 8 Monate
dieuwke
dieuwke

Can I ask you a question? I struggle with ocd and I was wondering if you have a tip on panic attacks. If I don’t do a compulsion because I don’t want to, I want to learn to stop doing it, but then ocd reminds me of the thing I didn’t do and then it feels like I really have to do it. And if I don’t do it I get a panic attack. It is really frustrating and ruining my life. (Update) I am trying to recover on my own and it’s working. I’m not saying you can’t have help because talking to someone really does help but you can do it without! What I discovered while observing ocd, is that I feel more anxious while doing a compulsion rather than not doing it. When I observe the thought and think by myself... no I am not going to do that compulsion, I will be fine because I trust myself, and then don’t do the compulsion and do something else, the thought fades and I really just forget it. So you can make a big deal out of a random thought or you can just let it pass and say that this is not what you want so you’re not doing it because nothing will change except you feeling anxious. You can do it and so can I! 💕

Vor year
hima
hima

i have ocd and when i dont do compulsions i get really anxious. sometimes i can overcome it byt sometimes its hard

Vor 9 Monate
Jeswaz Wadi
Jeswaz Wadi

@dieuwke I have to do all the compulsions if I dont I hear them louder & louder in my head

Vor 10 Monate
dieuwke
dieuwke

@Jeswaz Wadi i believe you and know how you feel! I wish that it will be gone soon for the both of us and for everyone struggling with it. My ocd got worse when I tried to stop doing the compulsions but that is also ocd because it manipulates me to do what it wants it’s so frustrating. How do you feel after you ignore a compulsion? If I ignore it it depends. If I give it no attention I forget it so easily but if I am anxious at that moment or think about it intensely I can’t seem to let it go and that is my struggle.

Vor 10 Monate
Jeswaz Wadi
Jeswaz Wadi

@dieuwke thank you so much! just wish I was free I really do! ocd is the reason why i got my 3rd degree burns it has really ruined my life ,its the reason my intestines are currently bleeding..... i am so very fed up I swear

Vor 10 Monate
dieuwke
dieuwke

@Jeswaz Wadi hi maybe I can help you. My ocd tells me things too and if I don’t listen it becomes quieter. But, when I do one thing ocd tells me, and then I don’t listen, it becomes louder. We have to look at these thoughts as just that: thoughts. We are not our thoughts! We can think whatever we want why listen to a voice that only holds us back. I know it is hard but I’m trying aswell to stop the compulsions because if you give in and do a few you can’t stop. You can say to ocd that it’s okay, you don’t need to wash your hands 50 times, 1 time is enough. Talk back and say you don’t want to do it and that that is your decision. I feel more awful when I obsess and listen to ocd than when I talk back and don’t do it at all. You have to prove to your ocd and to yourself that you are stronger than that voice! I wish you good luck 💞

Vor 10 Monate
MrYossi2010 Yossi
MrYossi2010 Yossi

Thanks for uploading the video. I found the insights you shared about OCD useful to me. Also thanks for the book recommendations. I have now ordered two of the books. The first book I have already bought it.

Vor 7 Monate
Cozy Mc
Cozy Mc

I got OCD for a while now..Doubting and having difficulty tolerating uncertainty.Aggressive or horrific thoughts about losing control and harming yourself or others. Unwanted thoughts, including aggression, or sexual or religious subjects are the symptoms I have ,the last one happens too much to me..

Vor Monat
K MT
K MT

I found out I have ocd today, cos I never knew about that . I thought I was being psycho for all past years. And I never told it to anyone even to my family or friends cos I thought they'll think that I am some kind of weirdo. Now I'm kinda relief that I found out about my condition. I'm sure it's still hard to come over all my obsession but now I know it so I won't be so stressful. And I believe we all can get over it 🙏🙏💪

Vor Monat
K MT
K MT

Yes, thank you so much 🙏

Vor Monat
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for taking the first step and expressing your struggle. We want you to know you are not alone in how you feel. We hope you will check out the links to the resources in the description box for where to learn more and where to get treatment and support.

Vor Monat
KaneWiz
KaneWiz

Man seriously, just listening to the doctor’s words gave me relief.. and the part about ERP normalizing brain activity is really encouraging.

Vor Monat
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for taking the first step and expressing your struggle. We want you to know you are not alone in how you feel. We hope you will check out the links to the resources in the description box for where to learn more and where to get treatment and support.

Vor Monat
Vani Shree
Vani Shree

Fighting with OCD is very hard, it makes your life like hell...I have been through CBT, medications, therapies, everything.. at last transcranial direct current stimulation therapy came to my rescue, free from OCD now ..

Vor 2 Monate
bookworm
bookworm

I didn’t have ocd until I was 28. I’m 41 now. Never understood the feeling until I got it. Mine is the checking (making sure everything is locked, the stove/oven is off, etc…) every day. Takes me forever to leave the house, to go to bed. It’s exhausting. I know rationally everything is off or locked but I get so anxious that I didn’t see it correctly. I’ll even take a photo to comfort me but that doesn’t work because I’ll do it forever too.

Vor 3 Monate
Ayvah Grace
Ayvah Grace

As a kid(3 yrs old)I remember telling my mother I had monsters talking to me in my brain, of course she freaked out every time i said it. She’d rush me to the nearest hospital every time i’d say something manic or out of context. The doctors, nurses, family, friends no one could tell me what was wrong with me. Eventually my mom couldn’t take it anymore and she started spiraling, once she even grabbed me in the doctors office and she asked me, “Where did Ayvah(me) go,?! where’s my little girl?!” That just freaked me out even more. Most of the time i’d just keep the thoughts to myself until my breaking point. This one time I went into the hospital and they did a brain scan or something on me and they came back and said that my brain was swollen. I’m not sure why i still to this day don’t even know if it was fully true of what they said but once i also was diagnosed with ‘tics’ also known as ‘pandas disease’ later in my life, around the age of 7, when I’d read i’d stop to jerk every 5-10 words or make a noise. I just had to do it or else I’d suffer a consequence id came up with in my crazy brain. In the third grade i’d wear the same hair style everyday because i’d convinced myself if i changed it no body would see me as a ‘tomboy’ anymore and that was just so important to me back then because I thought it made me look cooler in some way. I wouldn’t let anyone touch my hair or even brush it and not because it was a braty thing I did, because I had learned what a brat was and thought that was a normal way to act as a kid so i thought i was supposed to do stuff like that too. Anytime i’d see something different or someone acting differently i’d pick up on it and compare it to myself, that was the way my ocd worked, and if i didn’t do those things i was a bad person or I wasn’t doing life the right way. It even interferes with my religion and the way i had a relationship with it. As a kid I always had little things nag me like the volume on the tv number not being on a number that either ended on 0 or 5, and if anyone so ever brought up the number 5 i just had to give them a run thru on my experience with that specific number, at one point in my life i learned to Chanel my ocd in a good way through out sports but as i’ve gotten older my nerves get worse and i have so many more things to worry about and so many more expectations to meet, the thing is my ocd gets worse the more i grow up it seems and i’ve never really been diagnosed with ocd but I know I have it, I live everyday of my life as someone I don’t want to be, just because of my ocd. I do things I don’t want to, i make mistakes I don’t choose to make and I do things that i hate myself for doing but things that I know I won’t stress on in that minute. One thing my ocd makes me do is decide things that are better for my future and besides that i hate everything else this stupid whatever it is makes me do and I just want to be a normal human being who can make their own decisions without having to pause just because i have a ball of uncomfort in my stomach spitting out a bunch of horrible, horrid things that i’ll have to suffer thru just if i don’t do this one thing, that is whatever it’s making me do in the moment. I can’t even thing normally anymore without categorizing my thoughts into different ‘personalities’ or types of people i’ve came up with in my mind, i can’t even be happy anymore without it being fake because i’ve made myself or my ocd had made myself believe that happiness is just a state of mind and it isn’t something that is real and it’s just something that a type of person feels because they’ve done something to make them happy, i feel like i’m never gonna get to be happy because i’ve tried and i can’t anymore, my ocd is so bad, i can barely even type right now because of it, it’s so hard to explain but i know i’m not crazy. I’ve delt with this horrible thing for so long, i’m now 14 years old and still haven’t been diagnosed with anything because i’m afraid to say how I feel and i’m afraid to stand up for myself, i’m scared i’ll just get told my brain is swollen or it’s my ‘tics’ but i know it’s not. I know it’s Ocd and how am I supposed to control this?! I feel like I’m ruining me and my moms relationship, she told me some horrible things and it’s because of me that she did that, i’m tired of taking self pity on myself too like blaming my ocd for everything, i feel bad and don’t even know who i am because my whole life i’ve had this horrible ocd and it’s controlled me. Thanks for reading of you did, I hope this gets to someone atleast and they could help me out because i’m not even sleeping at night anymore. There’s wya more my ocd does but i’d never be able to write down every detail as much as it might ag away at me.

Vor 5 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

@Ayvah Grace That's wonderful news. Thank you letting us know ❤

Vor 5 Monate
Ayvah Grace
Ayvah Grace

@Psych Hub Thank you, I got my mom to schedule me a mental well being appointment earlier today and I’m going to try and get some help. I appreciate you.

Vor 5 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for saying something, that's the first step to getting help. Please talk to a trusted adult that can help you and give support. For 24/7 support, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or text TALK to 741741. If you or someone else is in danger, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency department. You are not alone!

Vor 5 Monate
Chenoa Multi
Chenoa Multi

I've been suffering a lot since a month ago with intrusive thoughts and sensations. I'm hyperaware of my blinking and the groinal response. It's just horrible and there isn't a day that I haven't cried. I conquered an obstacle in my life and here came another trying to break down everything I fought for. It's terrifying to me and it makes me so anxious that I'll never be normal again. I've been watching so many video's on OCD and most of it is what I relate to but my therapist hasn't diagnosed me with it yet. I just hope I can get better and I can live my life normally again.

Vor Monat
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for taking the first step and expressing your struggle. We want you to know you are not alone in how you feel. We hope you will check out the links to the resources in the description box for where to learn more and where to get treatment and support.

Vor Monat
Football Dreamer
Football Dreamer

I have OCD with my emotions, and it attacks what I love the most. After years of feeling lost about what path to take in my career, I found economics, then became an economist and I was the happiest on earth. Then one day, OCD came and in just 1 minute and thinking "Maybe I could do something else. Did I really wanted to be an economist? Do I really like it? Why did I even start? Maybe it was a mistake. Maybe I can do something else which satisfies me more". Since than moment, everything's gone. I cannot focus, I panic thinking about reading economics again. My rational part of the brain says I am mentally ill, I have studied 10+ years and now I just wanna quit, says it makes no sense its a mistake and I shouldn't. My emotional part just wants me to quit, with no explanation. I feel I need to quit. I cannot recognize any emotion, I feel anxious, I suddenly feel attracted for stuff like law. I went 2 years to law school, hate it and left. Never had an interest in law. Now I feel I want to be a lawyer with no trigger, I haven't done anything, it just gives me positive thoughts. My head is upside down and I don't know what to do. But I've suffered for so long I believe I was born like this and will need to accept I'll always be a loser. I will not be able to raise a family. I will not be able to have a successful career. I will be nobody because of this and depressed for most of my life.

Vor 7 Monate
O.R
O.R

I get that totally, you're not alone. My symptoms have changed a bit throughout the years and they have got milder. I pray to god that they won't get back to the worst point. I want to be a pro footballer and I think I'm quite talented, but this obsession has affected the one thing I like the most. I don't know what to do. I don't wanna tell my friends or family. Sometimes when we're just casually playing board games with my family I randomly get so angry and agressive, because of these thoughts and they also affect my school performance. My grades have gone down like 2 numbers and my parents are mad at me for that, but I'm too scared to tell them.

Vor 4 Monate
Sarah Moh
Sarah Moh

Actually i can feel the pain that you go through and the pain that everybody goes through as i also had OCD  when i was 18 and 19 years old me was struggling with alot of mental illnes and deppresion as well so i feel like ocd comes specially when you are weak and tired from deppresion and you just want to feel safe even for a muinte ofcourse there are other causes like genatics and so on but thats how i see it .but now i can say that i am much better and if i was doing 20 things now i dont do any .and if the voice which now rarely comes i know how to shut it down so that how i did that. First :you have to talk to yourself like( okay now i know that ocd is a diseas right so that diseas causes a random voice that tells me if i didnt do stuff that i should do  something bad is going to happen or whatever thing that you dont want it to happen so by talking to yourself and just thinking out loud you will  conclude that ocd=diseas=not real ) Second: say you have to do 20 things today instead of doing the 20 just do 19 and how u are going to do that is lets say its midnight right and you have to do the last thing before bed skip it and just watch a  movie  to stop u from thinking about the fear and the voice by lisitening to the movie and  just by watching it its going to keep you busy from the negative thoughts and voices and when you wake up in the next morning you will see that nothing bad happend when you didint do the last thing so you will not do it today and so  on minimize the things that you have to do one by one and watch a show or a movie to distract you Third: i belive that whatever religon u belive in that god is the only one that have the power and control on your life not that random voice in your head  so i said to my self okay if the bad thing that i am afriad of happend then god is the only one that can do this so even if i moved stuff or checked stuff out if god wants to do something he will still do it and in that  time i was not praying so i started to pray and that made me feel much better by knowing that god will stand by myside and i should not be afraid of anything when god is here with us And thats how i got better and  i think if you did this plus therapy if you can go it will help you alot  because there is medications that can help minmize ocd I hope that i have helped anyone one  and sorry for my grammer.

Vor 4 Monate
turasfrated
turasfrated

I'm extremely exhausted, it's hard to live with ocd, my ocd started when i was 8 and now I'm 13 i really can't stop washing my hands and trying to balance the left and right equally or typing "harmful to the health" words which i don't even want to give an example of, i told my mom but she doesn't understand leading me to watch these types of videos, I'm just trying to help myself.

Vor 11 Monate
Katana Kiwi
Katana Kiwi

My ocd is mostly in my head, if I think, “I have/I am ___” (I don’t wanna type the possible examples of the blank because then I would have to type something to combat it as a compulsion) then I have to combat it in my brain with an opposite thought, and I can’t talk or eat/drink until I do. Same with people saying “forbidden words”, YT videos saying “forbidden words” (have to type out or say out loud the opposite “I don’t have ___” ), or if books have the “forbidden words (I have to look for dialogue that says “I” so I can read it, then look away and think “I don’t have/I’m not ___”) Also, if I look away from a TV, I have to look at the TV when it’s a character that’s my gender, or else I’ll have to look away again and look again until I get it right. Also, a recent one is when closing doors, I have to think of a song lyric and a sentence that’s not one of the forbidden words. The lyrics have to not have the forbidden words either. I can’t eat, drink or say anything until I do any of these, and I can’t stop…

Vor 6 Monate
Diosa
Diosa

It’s the most exhausting thing in the world it’s like we have to work overtime in the mind 🙄

Vor 7 Monate
LogicSS
LogicSS

My ocd is like if i don't remember this and that i will forget everything and bad thoughts comes in telling me that i have amnesia:(

Vor 7 Monate
Just a User
Just a User

@Adrija Ganguly I feel you Im struggling too I cant stop thinkinh that everything is dirty Its so bad not being able to do anything not being able to do something without washing my hands

Vor 8 Monate
S.CB3ATS
S.CB3ATS

@turasfrated yeah I found that if I focused on trying to not do them I actually felt normal for 5 minutes then temptation won over

Vor 8 Monate
Zachary Holmes
Zachary Holmes

I’m 14 and have really bad anxiety and im sad to say I feel these urges I will wash my hands a lot and lock the door many times over and turn the light switchs on and off and other less occurring urges and im struggling, I fight the urges and sometimes I don’t go through but most times I follow through with those urges, I dont have urges when I’m happy

Vor 11 Monate
UltimateSlugs
UltimateSlugs

i relate with the hand washing

Vor 11 Monate
Ehstress
Ehstress

I can relate to this in every single way. I wash my hands about 5 times an hour and also have other compulsions like do everything twice. I am really embarrased that i can't help myself. I even have compulsions in front of family members and friends and it just takes a lot of time, effort and mental strenght. I really need help but i can't tell my mother or father so i just watch these videos and hope a miracle happens.

Vor 11 Monate
Carissa Sullivan
Carissa Sullivan

My ocd is triggered by driving because I always think I hit something when it’s always irrational. Or when I work, I worry that I’m screwing up and can lose my job. It’s very exhausting.

Vor 11 Monate
Matt Penningroth
Matt Penningroth

Ive been working as a barista since January 11th of this year and I constantly can’t remember how to do simple things and if I do try Im afraid I’ll screw up and do it wrong, but if I do the same thing at home or in a more private setting where I know nobody is watching me my anxiety and fear lift and I do whatever I need to just fine.

Vor 4 Monate
Mental Help
Mental Help

exhausting is what my ocd is. so draining and i never can beat it but im trying now with erp and doing some videos on it. im actually slowly getting ther

Vor 5 Monate
Akai Ribbon
Akai Ribbon

omg... I will make myself think i ran something over, then drive back around to check... like three fucking times. God I need help.

Vor 6 Monate
Lazie Ramen
Lazie Ramen

I used to have bad anxiety and my friend sent me an article about how to stop my ocd. It told me to allow the thoughts to come in and agree with them and not do the compulsive things. It came back and hit me like a truck, it took me from April until now to realize all the thoughts and overthinking I’ve had were from my ocd coming back. Now I must agree with the thoughts yet again and stop the compulsions. The annoying thing is when I do the compulsions without thinking lol.

Vor 11 Monate
O.R
O.R

Yes I have experienced a bit of unacnowledged stuff too, but I think it's getting worse and worse if you don't stop it I know it's hard but you have to

Vor 4 Monate
Ashy Boo
Ashy Boo

The thing about OCD is you feel so lonely… I know others have it, but for some reason it still makes me feel like I’m alone.

Vor 5 Monate
DdragonX
DdragonX

You are alone of course. There is noone else in your head instead of you and you have always known what is normal and what is fictional as ocd thoughts so just overcome it. Just do it. :) I mean you have all the help of your relatives and all the people suffering this illness but just you can deal with it. Be a superhero yourself! :)

Vor 5 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for your comment. You are not alone in how you feel. We recommend checking out the resources in the description of our video that can help you find treatment and support.

Vor 5 Monate
Heshan Somaratne
Heshan Somaratne

A fear inside the mind constantly makes you ask yourself if you would do certain things that you never want to do. This fear turns into an obsession. Moment this fear goes away, everything is back to normal.

Vor 6 Monate
Mental Help
Mental Help

its intrusive thoughts, i get that, i have done a few vidoes on my channel about mine

Vor 5 Monate
Small Trucking Shytown
Small Trucking Shytown

OCD is a condition where a person takes a regural thought , situation and makes sure it doesnt happen to them, the person doesnt allow themselves thoughts in there own brain. The person turns the thought into a trigger n then makes sure it never goes through their mind ever again , and if it does Which of course will , the person starts a cycle of stopping the obsssesions..( which is their thoughts , but they treat it like intruders) I had severe OCD for. Years n yet have never seen a professional explain exactly how it works n why the person does what thr person does.

Vor 7 Monate
Mateo
Mateo

this is my favorite video on this topic, she's so encouarging and promising

Vor Monat
Andre Hathaway
Andre Hathaway

Exposure and response prevention = 'just deal with it.' Thanks, that's exactly what I needed.

Vor 2 Monate
Porn☆
Porn☆

My ocd revolves around intrusive thoughts, I suffered a severe assault at the hands of 6 people. I suffered lifelong physical injuries and brain damage, so my ocd revolves around what happened and the physical "checking" of my injuries. My main problem is I have injuries that are yet to be treated, so I obsess about my neck and back and shoulder. I'm in need of shoulder surgery and I constantly obsess about what to do and also I constantly think about the nature of my injury, I have also developed an irrational and constant attempt to stretch and crack my neck and shoulder, I know I'm doing myself harm but I can't stop doing it. I don't have the money for treatment of any of my conditions and it's so frustrating.

Vor 6 Monate
jon
jon

Keep pushing and fighting.

Vor 4 Monate
Mental Help
Mental Help

@Porn☆ your welcome. I hope you keep strong. It’s a battle we can win just feels so exhausting

Vor 5 Monate
Porn☆
Porn☆

@Mental Help thanks for your thoughts

Vor 5 Monate
Mental Help
Mental Help

i get intrustive thoughts too, and the neck thing is tourettes. i do that to, i have some videos on my channel of my issues, they are similar but i feel for you, you have suffered so much

Vor 5 Monate
M. C.
M. C.

I feel more and more of this recently in my life. I stumbled across this video today because my husband got on to me about constantly moving his items (keys, wallet, mail) to another spot right after he puts it in a spot I don't like. I'm working on not doing that. He got on to me again today because I felt I needed to turn off the kitchen light and he wasn't done eating. It definitely makes me feel crazy, and my husband expressed he doesn't feel like he loves here anymore. :-*((( I've been crying the last few days because of this problem but I'm glad I'm not alone. Going to try some therapy to get this problem resolved.🙏🏼

Vor 6 Tage
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for taking the first step and expressing your struggle. We want you to know you are not alone in how you feel. We hope you will check out the links to the resources in the description box for where to learn more and where to get treatment and support.

Vor 5 Tage
bee
bee

I find it really useful when people around me say: your thoughts are not you. Your thoughts can't make anything happen

Vor 6 Monate
Clash Enemy
Clash Enemy

Thank you for making this video this helps a lot

Vor 2 Monate
ThirstyGav
ThirstyGav

THE REAL TRUTH HERE! How I overcame OCD is you become the thoughts, and be like "Oh I broke that mfker in the past" just gotta compete with yourself that you want it more and you wanna feel good again. Thanks David Goggins! SPREAD THE WORD.

Vor 4 Monate
Classic_ Classic
Classic_ Classic

I have reasently discovered that i have ocd and i have tried to fugue out why my brain always works that way, and now finally I’m going to overcome this!

Vor 6 Monate
DdragonX
DdragonX

Good to hear. You have ever known whats normal and whats insane. That how I deal with it. Just pay attention to what is really important such as school, relatives and my girlfriend! :)

Vor 5 Monate
Mental Help
Mental Help

totally with you on that. im the same. im doing videos on my progress on my channel but its so hard

Vor 5 Monate
Rush gameing
Rush gameing

I've had OCD for like 4 years now and it's really hard I'm still going through it I'm trying to get better but the thoughts that are going through my head is I have to do something like 50 times or something bad going to happen it's very frustrating sometimes I cry

Vor Monat
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for taking the first step and expressing your struggle. We want you to know you are not alone in how you feel. We hope you will check out the links to the resources in the description box for where to learn more and where to get treatment and support.

Vor Monat
Arjun
Arjun

I have OCD since 5 years.... Say to urself That Enough is Enough.... Keep urself Busy always... Rather than trying to avoid it...we have learn to live with it...we should have High threshold for the frustrations nd anxiety....

Vor 5 Monate
Red_Brush
Red_Brush

My OCD is literally ruining my life.. 😢

Vor 11 Monate
m i s t
m i s t

@DdragonX You're the best, I needed that thanks:)

Vor 3 Monate
DdragonX
DdragonX

@azerty Bro, you are strong! Maybe you don’t consider yourself to be, but imagine if you really are. So what would you do? You wouldn’t pay attention to these bad thoughts but you would work harder, study harder and if an intrusive thought pass through your mind, let it go. You know its not real. You don’t have to convince yourself. Just let it pass. Just be strong and happy! Enjoy life, keep your girlfriend smiling! :)

Vor 5 Monate
DdragonX
DdragonX

I understand what you mean. I am sure you know this thoughts aren't real. You are just a man who need to overcome this and the only way to do is to be confident and don't pay any attention to then even refusing them. You have ever know that theу are fictional and you don’t need to convince yourself they are! Just pay attention to what is important such as work or lessons or relatives!

Vor 5 Monate
Hunter Bertoncini
Hunter Bertoncini

May God bless you all.

Vor 5 Monate
MorDDY KoBa
MorDDY KoBa

Me too 😔

Vor 9 Monate
Maxwell Cooper
Maxwell Cooper

Does anyone else get the instrusive thought of self-harm? I have never self harmed in my life but sometimes when I am driving I get terrified and think "what if I just swerved my car and crashed right now?". And like I don't really want to do that but my mind makes me think I do. Then, I convince myself I need to go to the psychiatric hospital because I am unstable and that thought is intrusive in itself because I am terrified of hospitals. The thing that sucks about OCD is like I can't trust myself in knowing if what I am thinking is real or not. For example, if I have that self harm thought, I think "was that just an instrusive thought or is this a thought that actually indicates I need help or that I am unstable?". It is SO aggravating. Does anyone else experience this? I feel so alone.

Vor 8 Monate
Serene Planet
Serene Planet

You're definitely not alone! I experience this too, and through my therapist I know many others do too. It's horrible to go through, and seek help if you can, but know that you're not alone and that you can get through it.

Vor 7 Monate
Sweta
Sweta

Thank you so much for this information.I have a question,I think ocd makes me slow while studying?how to cope with it?

Vor 11 Monate
DdragonX
DdragonX

Same to me. You have ever know this thouhts are fiction.What u have to do is just to concentrare on homework or lessons. That the only way deal with problems. Just do it! :)

Vor 5 Monate
bifrost
bifrost

Is it possible that my dad passed his OCD to me? Before I was born my dad had severe OCD, ahd he was heavily medicated, he's 100% recovered, but I remember as a child he would always tell me to make sure that I did what he told me to, and he would always make me go and check.

Vor 11 Monate
bifrost
bifrost

I dont trust my memory bcause of it and id always go and check.

Vor 11 Monate
jason sambuena
jason sambuena

I experienced All of the signs and symptoms of OCD since teenager. But I don't have enough knowledge about this illness so I always tell myself that it was just a mannerism that keeps me doing those actions uncontrollably. This day I already confirmed it because all of the symptoms said by the speaker was experienced by me and it was really helpful to know it now so I can exercise some tips to conquer this illness.

Vor Monat
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for taking the first step and expressing your struggle. We want you to know you are not alone in how you feel. We hope you will check out the links to the resources in the description box for where to learn more and where to get treatment and support.

Vor Monat
Beyond My Wildest Dreams
Beyond My Wildest Dreams

Thank you very much for the video and amazing guidance

Vor 5 Monate
eliot amr
eliot amr

I’ve been suffering a lot with ocd for years. I waste almost all my time on my ocd for example I press my keys so hard on the laptop til it feels right and that gives me anxiety because I want to stop but for some reason I can’t. And that’s just one of the things

Vor 10 Monate
Mental Help
Mental Help

i get lots of those things. i even press it so hard it brakes. i hate ocd im tring to do stuff about it. i did a video on it

Vor 5 Monate
Elitegamer 76
Elitegamer 76

Do I have ocd? I’ve been having these terrible intrusive thoughts for the past few months with my compulsions being checking google/ YouTube for answers as well as doing online test to see if this is really what it is. But recently for the past day or so my anxiety has dropped quite a bit with me having very few thoughts. Has this happened to any one else? Do I actually have ocd? Should I be concerned? Note (I have NOT been diagnosed with any mental illness but plz let me know if this could be something) thanks

Vor 8 Monate
Sprotube
Sprotube

Well, from my experience I think you just got severe anxiety. OCD is really hard to get rid of, but it let go of you quite quickly. I could be wrong though.

Vor 8 Monate
NAKATO N CHRISTINE
NAKATO N CHRISTINE

Hello thanks for the video I have been suffering with ocd for two years now and it's just the worst and I can't talk to anyone because no one seems to understand me,others think am joking but am suffering and it's killing me.I no longer enjoy what I like because I get those intrusive thoughts.People ask why am not online and I can't explain to them that I have difficulty in just posting.I really just need someone to talk to.😭

Vor 3 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for your comment. We want you to know that you’re not alone in how you feel. The NAMI National Warmline Directory is a great resource, unlike a hotline for those in immediate crisis, warmlines provide early intervention with emotional support that can prevent a crisis – and a more costly 911 call or ER visit. The lines are typically free, confidential peer-support services staffed by volunteers or paid employees who have experienced mental health conditions themselves. For a list of where to find this service in your area please check out the link here -> https://www.nami.org/NAMI/media/NAMI-Media/BlogImageArchive/2020/NAMI-National-HelpLine-WarmLine-Directory-3-11-20.pdf

Vor 3 Monate
sapna lodhi
sapna lodhi

I wish if you were the therapist near me..I would have immediately consulted you watching this..It was good listening to you n helpful too..I need people like you in my life who can say that ..its okk..your ocd will be fine..you will be fine..

Vor 7 Monate
DdragonX
DdragonX

Im sure you know everything wil be fine! Also you dont need assuranve. Im sure oyu have always known what is true and what is fictional. Im sure you know what is really essential - enjoy life, pay attention to realatives, make your loved ones smile! :)

Vor 5 Monate
COREYS REPTILE
COREYS REPTILE

My ocd is mostly to do with numbers, so I have to do something an amount of times or counting to a number until it feels right. I’m sitting here cry rn bc I really don’t want to do all the things my brain is telling me to do. My ocd is mostly bc I have a massive phobia of being sick and that’s why I do most things but also because it will annoy me if I don’t. It’s mostly at night like a ritual and it only came on about 2 urs ago and is exhausting.

Vor year
DdragonX
DdragonX

Im sure you know what true and what is fictional. Ask your relatuvies or just look how people around you are doing the things that makes you mad. That way you will understand how to do them properly and dont overdo them or do insane things. Just relax and calm yourself because you have ever known what you have to do!

Vor 5 Monate
Sprotube
Sprotube

Wow, same here!

Vor 8 Monate
hima
hima

i had that too

Vor 9 Monate
Cliqe
Cliqe

Same here. I also have it to where if I see something and I forgot where to saw it at, I feel like I have to remember where I saw it

Vor 11 Monate
COREYS REPTILE
COREYS REPTILE

@Chief Jacob oh my god same bro. At night when I turn my phone I have to have my phone on silent but I have to keep flick the silent of and on ur I’ll it feels right. I also have to check my sound is all the way down multiply times. And that all my app have been swiped so I don’t have any apps still running and keep doing it until it feels right. I totally get what you mean and I feel for you bc it is exhausting. Your not alone. Just remember there all in your head and if you keep doing the compulsions they get worse and worse over time. I’ve got so much better since I’ve stopped listening to my ocd. Which don’t get me wrong is hard but it’s a lot better in the long run. You got this g 👑

Vor 11 Monate
𝓐𝓶𝓫𝓮𝓻ᴀᴍʙᴇʀ
𝓐𝓶𝓫𝓮𝓻ᴀᴍʙᴇʀ

If anyone minds can someone please tell me what the youngest age you have struggled with OCD was. 😊

Vor 2 Monate
B
B

OCD isnt just being clean or tidy, or like having things orderly. It's not some quirky trendy thing about simple things. It's a miserable disabling torturing bully that consumes your life

Vor 5 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for sharing your lived experience. For support and resources, the NAMI National Warmline Directory is a great resource, unlike a hotline for those in immediate crisis, warmlines provide early intervention with emotional support that can prevent a crisis – and a more costly 911 call or ER visit. The lines are typically free, confidential peer-support services staffed by volunteers or paid employees who have experienced mental health conditions themselves. For a list of where to find this service in your area please check out the link here -> https://www.nami.org/NAMI/media/NAMI-Media/BlogImageArchive/2020/NAMI-National-HelpLine-WarmLine-Directory-3-11-20.pdf

Vor 5 Monate
Sanchita Ambasht
Sanchita Ambasht

I discovered that I have ocd, it's mild according to me, even though I don't have that one particular thought and image, there's always this one thing in my mind that "I have to stop this/ I have to overcome it" because of that it keeps coming back, it's making my life hell, I want to stop it, I know this will take some time but it's so annoying, I am not able to do anything, I have a very important exam and because of this I'm not able to study even

Vor 5 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for taking the first step and expressing your struggle. We want you to know you are not alone in how you feel. Please talk to a trusted adult that can help you and give support. For 24/7 support, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255 or text the Crisis Text Line (they can be reached for any kinds of mental health concerns), text TALK to 741741. You are not alone. Help is available.

Vor 5 Monate
Shubham Donwade
Shubham Donwade

This was helpful 👍

Vor 3 Monate
Hanjjijiji
Hanjjijiji

i just saw symptoms of OCD this week, I've been trying to adjust my bra pads for 20 minutes because there's this uncomfortable Feeling, Same with Washing my feet more than 12 times a day to make sure it's clean. i feel uncomfortable with not perfectly aligned Blankets

Vor 8 Monate
DdragonX
DdragonX

Its good to keep ypur hyagine on a high level but dont be get mad because of it. Just manage to understand how other people do things and do them just they are. This way u will find whats normal like washing legs 1 or 2 time per day or whatever. Im sure you know whats normal and whats fictional

Vor 5 Monate
Sahil Saiyed
Sahil Saiyed

The best thing with ocd is you can minimize it I have tried it myself it works but there's a catch don't catch up with new ocd

Vor 4 Monate
KluchTube
KluchTube

Much love ❤️ thank you!

Vor 6 Monate
BRZ Fiber
BRZ Fiber

Thanks this helped so so much I’m so grateful

Vor 11 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

You're so welcome!

Vor 11 Monate
enakshi sahu
enakshi sahu

Thank you so much Dr. 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

Vor 10 Monate
Kp Singh
Kp Singh

Thanks , My story is I have been struggling with OCD since 8 to 9 years , I m on medication therefore I feel some relief , I just keep taking medication , don't know what to do .

Vor 3 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for sharing your lived experience. The NAMI National Warmline Directory is a great resource, unlike a hotline for those in immediate crisis, warmlines provide early intervention with emotional support that can prevent a crisis – and a more costly 911 call or ER visit. The lines are typically free, confidential peer-support services staffed by volunteers or paid employees who have experienced mental health conditions themselves. For a list of where to find this service in your area please check out the link here -> https://www.nami.org/NAMI/media/NAMI-Media/BlogImageArchive/2020/NAMI-National-HelpLine-WarmLine-Directory-3-11-20.pdf

Vor 3 Monate
Jai Ann De Leon
Jai Ann De Leon

thank you so much, Doc! 🥺

Vor 7 Monate
Hala Muhammad
Hala Muhammad

I have a question..it would really comfort me if you answer it ..you said It's not the right way to fix ocd by stopping the thoughts ..but preventing the response is ..so my response to ocd is more thoughts and panicking..if I did understand my thoughts and then tried to calm down and stop it from hurting me isn't this the right way to fix it ? I'll be waiting for your reply

Vor 2 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for taking the first step and expressing your struggle. We want you to know you are not alone in how you feel. We hope you will check out the links to the resources in the description box for where to learn more and where to get treatment and support.

Vor 2 Monate
Nate Spiess
Nate Spiess

Amazing video! Thankyou so much

Vor 5 Monate
CodyTheCloutMachine
CodyTheCloutMachine

I have horrific OCD, to the point where I’ve even referred to this as, and still believe this is some kind of spiritual warfare. My obsessive thoughts tell me if I don’t do something like “hold my breath for 2 minutes straight” I’ll somehow “lose my ability to talk to my girlfriend the same”. I of course, 6 and a half years of dealing with this, now try to combat these thoughts…. but if I don’t do it and try to talk to my girlfriend sometimes it’s like my mind just goes blank, and it makes me feel as if that’s some kind of “proof” that it’s real. which leads to doubt…. and with the overwhelming anxiety in my chest it all just seems so real and too difficult to overcome. I’ve realized I can’t beat this. It’s simply too powerful, but Jesus died so that I could live free, so if anyone has any advice at all.. I’m tired of living in bondage. We can, we have, and we WILL get through this✊

Vor 3 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for taking the first step and expressing your struggle. We want you to know you are not alone in how you feel. We hope you will check out the links to the resources in the description box for where to learn more and where to get treatment and support.

Vor 3 Monate
CODERED
CODERED

here's something i noticed with time after dealing with this sh*t for so long. when i really focus on something else like having a STRONG focus on something else BESIDES my thoughts, they lowkey disappear, even if it's for a moment, they vanish. they usually come to me when I'm not as focused or present in time or my surroundings ya know? when i'm in zombie mode or a daydream state usually. i think at least. they really only come to me when im in my mind or focused in my head because if you think about it, 'what you focus on is what you'll notice'. if you're watching a movie and you are deep into it or whatever, you ain't gon' be focused on what's behind you or what's in the other room ya know? hell, even your THOUGHTS because you're present in the moment and you focused on that movie right? you don't give a damn about anything else at the time you are just tryna watch the movie and see what's going to happen next 💀😹 . HOWEVER, if you're present in your thoughts, then you'll notice every single thought you have because you're present in your mind. i don't know, maybe i can help someone with this. it'll be the least that i can do ya know? but i'm no specialist in this so be aware of that. i'm not even at the age to be responsible for my own actions but yeah dude, good luck at beating this!😅🤷

Vor Monat
CODERED
CODERED

@Psych Hub np! :)

Vor Monat
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for taking the first step and expressing your struggle. We want you to know you are not alone in how you feel. We hope you will check out the links to the resources in the description box for where to learn more and where to get treatment and support.

Vor Monat
Airborne-Water
Airborne-Water

Literally I just noticed I had ocd once I was 8 and now that just made me worry less

Vor 11 Monate
Kundan Yadav
Kundan Yadav

I'm suffering from OCD since my teenage but now it's too much I repeatedly wash my hand, don't touch the switches as I feel somebody has touched with their dirty hands, I don't like my room cleaner to even enter my room or touch anything present in my room because it feels like she has dirty hand. Its really very hard for me to live like this.. because of this there is always stress in my head.

Vor 9 Monate
DdragonX
DdragonX

Same to me. But you know what. I've been looking how other people are doing the things and they dont wash their hands 30 times a day such as me. That how I understood what is normal. My point is I have ever known what is normal and what is fictional and I am sure it is same with you! Just pay attention to what is really esential - enjoy your life!

Vor 5 Monate
laiba saleem
laiba saleem

omg i have same issue😭

Vor 9 Monate
S.CB3ATS
S.CB3ATS

I am pretty sure I have every single symtom of ocd I have the weird eyes movements, the hygiene one, the tic oen and more.

Vor 8 Monate
Melika Mirzaei Movahhed
Melika Mirzaei Movahhed

I always knew something is wrong with me untill the last year that i figured it out that I have had ocd for my whole life time. Its almost impossible for me to finish any task because i am obsessed with perfectionism. Im 22 years old and right now i have no university degree and no job. Anyone who knows me cant believe i am living this shit life. I think it took away everythings from me and gave me addictions , tears, and shame instead .

Vor 8 Monate
Melika Mirzaei Movahhed
Melika Mirzaei Movahhed

@DdragonX I'm sorry for you too. Thanks for your kindness ❤

Vor 5 Monate
DdragonX
DdragonX

I feel really bad because of what I have read about you! I am also obsesed with my negatives thoughts but we must sense what is really importnat. Not because everybody says that! Because we have always known what is real and what is fictional. We have ever known what is really important. For me it is to make my girlfriend smile everyday! :)

Vor 5 Monate
BlueJay
BlueJay

I just want someone with OCD to post a video of going 1 week without doing the compulsions and see where they’re at at the end so I know it’s fine

Vor 6 Monate
DdragonX
DdragonX

Bro, dont seek assurance. I am sure you have always known what is real and what is fictional. Just overcome it and enjoy life! Trust me! :)

Vor 5 Monate
Mental Help
Mental Help

i am posting videos on my channel of my progress. its really hard

Vor 5 Monate
Angelina karki
Angelina karki

i am just so exhausted with this i overdo things and hard to make myself satisfied and ik that these thoughts are stupid and its really so hard living like this idk how to explain it to others they think its just about cleaning.. and don't try to understand.. its so tough but i hope this to go away and i am trying to overcome it thanks for the video

Vor 7 Monate
Angelina karki
Angelina karki

@Mental Help thank you for the videos. I will surely look forward to it

Vor 5 Monate
Mental Help
Mental Help

people always think its about cleaning but they dont get it. ocd is exhausting. ive done some videos on it. and my struggles,

Vor 5 Monate
Azizi Abdullah
Azizi Abdullah

@Angelina karki yup let's fight! don't let OCD ruin our happiness 😉

Vor 6 Monate
Angelina karki
Angelina karki

@Azizi Abdullah i understand😭😭but let's fight against OCD we can do this😊😊

Vor 6 Monate
Azizi Abdullah
Azizi Abdullah

this type of ocd similar to mine. i read your comment 3 times to make myself satisfied 😉

Vor 6 Monate
Sumalee Seng
Sumalee Seng

OCD is hard it would make me cry and I though somthing was wrong with me it was always like bad things in my mind and it makes me feel a bit better that it not just me dealing with it it’s more people then me I have dealt with this for about 1 year and I’m a overthinking so it not as good for me to have this and overthinking but yeah that’s it I’m glad I’m telling this to y’all it makes me feel a bit better

Vor Monat
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for taking the first step and expressing your struggle. We want you to know you are not alone in how you feel. We hope you will check out the links to the resources in the description box for where to learn more and where to get treatment and support.

Vor Monat
Ananta Shrestha
Ananta Shrestha

I have this obsession to keep on checking the bathroom basin and cleaning it for some reason to make sure it's alright even though i hate it and I wish it was changed. Its quite weird

Vor 10 Monate
DdragonX
DdragonX

I know its difficult to be done but just stop. Not because I say u that. Do it because you have ever known whats normal and whats insane. Pay attention ot whats really important in your life like making someone smile instead of cleaing for no reason. Just enjoy life! :)

Vor 5 Monate
givemeacat
givemeacat

I haven’t been diagnosed with OCD and I’m not sure I even have it, but I always feel like I need to do things for absolutely no reason. It’s hard to explain, but if I’m typing on my phone I might have to delete a word because the way I pressed the buttons didn’t feel right, or I will randomly feel the need to tap random things or I feel like something bad will happen. I also need to check locks on doors over and over again even if I know that it’s locked. If my arm brushes against one side of something it needs to do the same on the other. I need to touch things a certain amount of times to feel satisfied and move on with my day. I don’t know if this is symptoms of OCD or something else but it’s really annoying and wastes time :(

Vor 11 Monate
DdragonX
DdragonX

@hima Same to me. But the key to overcome it was me all the time. I have ever known what's normal. What I had to do is just to continue enjoying my life without trying to convince myself whats correct. I just know it so Im paying attention to what is really important in my life - my girlfriend! :)

Vor 5 Monate
DdragonX
DdragonX

That ocd for sure. There nothing to be afraid of. Just understand that you are free to enjoy your life! And keep your freedome because its one of most precious things. Im sure you know whats normal and what insane. Just stop thinking about it and pay atttention to what important such as work, realtives...!

Vor 5 Monate
hima
hima

i had this too. when i was young. now it gotten worse

Vor 9 Monate
givemeacat
givemeacat

@Firex. Thank you, I’m going to talk to a doctor about it tomorrow :)

Vor 10 Monate
Shawn'D Medley
Shawn'D Medley

Thanks you for sharing this info

Vor 9 Monate
Chinuogu David Enweani
Chinuogu David Enweani

My OCD is so crippling and it has to be one of the worst cases ever. I can’t keep stuff in my room except for 3 books; I can’t read the books that I do keep in my room; I can’t wear boxers, jumpers and hoodies. So even if I’m cold, I can’t do anything. I’m in a mental hospital rn and I feel like I’m getting better. I feel like when I go home, because it’s a different environment, I won’t be able to do the OCD routines above anymore. But if I go home and develop new routines, only God knows what I’m going to do with myself.

Vor 5 Tage
Mama Laryn
Mama Laryn

You’re not alone 💕

Vor Monat
Jeremy/Jason Page
Jeremy/Jason Page

I believe you guys I have OCD ADHD and autism help

Vor 6 Monate
꧁caleb꧂
꧁caleb꧂

My OCD started this year and I'm only a child But does it get worse 🥺😖 I wanna know

Vor year
Roxana C
Roxana C

It is not your fault. You are not those thoughts. You have power. You do not deserve bad things. Then, also, try find a trusting caring adult, therapy. I did not back when I was a kid. Other times. I had it as child. 9 to 12 years old. It came in waves. Then I stopped having it. I dit not know what happened. Stress in the house, physical health etc. I even forgot I had such thing until now when it came back at 36 plus years old. I am 39 now. More things going in life. I will talk about this with my terapist. And since a few days I managed to be able to go against 2 of the compulsions and no wrong happen. Iei! I realise now I have other compulsions I was not aware of. I also believe a relationship with God, helps feeling safe, not trusting the thoughts. Psichoterapy. In rest, I just began to inform myself more on the internet. Have faith. It is just a state now. Things can improve. And you are not wierd or alone. Many people have it, on anxiety. Hope you are well! Hugs 😊

Vor 7 Monate
Kim Dem
Kim Dem

@Angel Chan see if u have ocd first and if not done already

Vor 11 Monate
the guy that likes to ask questions
the guy that likes to ask questions

@Arpita2049 tell them. Keep telling them. If they care about you they will listen.

Vor 11 Monate
Arpita2049
Arpita2049

@the guy that likes to ask questions yeh but they won't believe me if I tell them they'll be like "oh you're tottaly fine, or just do meditation and all you don't need psychiatrist or you're just overreacting and not trying hard enough"

Vor 11 Monate
the guy that likes to ask questions
the guy that likes to ask questions

@Arpita2049 just tell them. Ik it sounds hard but it’s really not. And its very helpful to talk to someone.

Vor 11 Monate
Ace
Ace

God bless everyone and have a good day. Thank you all for your presence and I want you all to know your all loved , cared about, and blessed.

Vor 6 Monate
Mental Help
Mental Help

god bless you too. i thank god in my channel and he is my strength

Vor 5 Monate
C Hamilton
C Hamilton

I'm crying it's hard for me like I can't stop crying I have OCD where I have to say everything in my mind and have my toys perfect and this video is kinda helpful for me

Vor 2 Monate
Pranirsha Thiyagaraja Shorts
Pranirsha Thiyagaraja Shorts

Can we talk even I have this ..only a person who has ocd understands this situation not even doctors

Vor 2 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for saying something, that's the first step to getting help. Please talk to a trusted adult that can help you and give support. For 24/7 support, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or text TALK to 741741. If you or someone else is in danger, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency department. You are not alone!

Vor 2 Monate
BaconIzDrippy
BaconIzDrippy

OMG YESSS AFTER 12 YEARS I FINALLY FOUND THIS THIS IS WHAT HAPPENING TO ME EVERYDAY FOR 12 YEATS

Vor 4 Monate
Psych Hub
Psych Hub

Thank you for sharing your lived experience. For support and resources, the NAMI National Warmline Directory is a great resource, unlike a hotline for those in immediate crisis, warmlines provide early intervention with emotional support that can prevent a crisis – and a more costly 911 call or ER visit. The lines are typically free, confidential peer-support services staffed by volunteers or paid employees who have experienced mental health conditions themselves. For a list of where to find this service in your area please check out the link here -> https://www.nami.org/NAMI/media/NAMI-Media/BlogImageArchive/2020/NAMI-National-HelpLine-WarmLine-Directory-3-11-20.pdf

Vor 4 Monate
Kyler
Kyler

Any input on TMS for OCD ?

Vor 3 Monate
Twinkle
Twinkle

Thank you so much💖

Vor 2 Monate
Aaron Klein
Aaron Klein

What about mushrooms 🍄? I've been hearing alot of success stories lately. I've tried about all the ssris, and snris . Too many side effects...more anxiety, or I turn into a zombie... not to mention all the other side effects.

Vor 6 Monate
Mental Help
Mental Help

ye i heard about the mushrooms too . i hate side effects of ssri. im doing a few videos on it but need to learn more

Vor 5 Monate
Antonio4truth
Antonio4truth

Thanks for this video, i'll try my best

Vor 9 Monate
Saksham
Saksham

I am a student from India and going through ocd I have to study on daily basis but because of ocd i can't

Vor 15 Stunden

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