Student Tip Sheet – 7 Ways to Beat OCD and Pass Exams

I see fellow students learning things very easily, but I seem to have to put a lot of effort into my studies. For example, any concept for me is hard to grasp lately, and I have to study long hours to make learning material clearer. It’s like my memory is failing me. I have OCD, and I’m wondering if this plays a part in the mental blocks I’ve been experiencing.

Religious OCD: How to Resolve Intrusive Guilt

Gaining a balanced perspective in cognitive therapy addresses and puts right misplaced guilt. It redirects trait-guilt, and thus moves the barrier between the individual and their relationship with God. In other words, it demonstrates, objectively, how intrusive guilt is inconsistent with one’s true character, behaviours and religious belief. By respecting the person’s faith, and in terms of separation anxiety, a therapist would not give reassurance, but would agree that building religious trust is essential for their well-being.