When someone mentions OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder), most of us probably have images of someone who washes their hands frequently or has to flip a light switch on and off a certain number of times when they enter a room. While these traits are definitely OCD symptoms, it’s important to note there are so many different subtypes of OCD. OCD causes individuals to have disturbing thoughts (obsessions), and then to behave in a certain way because of these thoughts (compulsions). Today I’m going to discuss Intrusive Thought OCD and some of the different subtypes under it. These subtypes are all about having thoughts or images that are scary or seem threatening (intrusive thoughts). While the individual does not want to experience...
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