Specializing in the Treatment of OCD, Skin Picking Disorder, and Trichotillomania
Reflections on Skin Picking and Hair Pulling
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Gemma Brandy BoydObvious, I would've thought, given that life is about darkness and light. With OCD (being a sufferer myself), it's about getting to a place where the accompanying anxiety is under the radar as much as possible so that it doesn't ruin one's life: An ongoing and perhaps never-ending battle.
3 days ago
Matija CorbicWell, not suppressing them is one of the keys to mental health.