Carol Edwards 7 powerful tips can help you get back to study with little time to ruminate, procrastine or worry about failing. Her tips can help free your mind, help you focus and allow you to achieve the results you want.
This educational document takes the reader through an interesting journey, in which the author (Carol Edwards), explores personal accounts of living with Misophonia (hatred of sounds) coupled with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Researched information, including a link to proposed diagnostic criteria as a standalone neurological disorder for entry into the DSM-5, is added to this fascinating description of one’s aversion to sounds, colours, smells and movements, with the added detail of grief, sensory processing problems and more.
How does ruminating about an obsession in OCD differ from worrying, generally? Usually, worrying makes people feel anxious about something … More
There is another factor to consider, which comes from Isaac Mark’s expression “obsessive phobia” which is not, as he puts it, ‘a direct fear of a given object or situation, but rather of the results which are imagined to arise from it’. While there is a distinction between a standard phobia and an obsession, an overlap can be noticed when a person shows signs of one and the other.