What is OCD?

Obsessive-compulsive Disorder is a debilitating mental health diagnosis that involves three major aspects: obsessions, compulsions and avoidances. It affects approximately 1-3% of Americans. The intense anxiety coupled with the onerous and time consuming nature of compulsions and the burdensome impact of chronically avoiding life situations all come together to profoundly impair one's quality of life.  


Obsessions are unwanted and highly unpleasant intrusive thoughts that force their way into our awareness and do not "go away" easily. They can be focused on not feeling right, fearing you may have harmed someone (directly or indirectly), fearing 


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