What do forbidden sexual thoughts have to do with it? Feeling distress over intrusive sexual thoughts, or obsessing over finding your “soulmate” can both fuel a cycle of shame, guilt and self-doubt. Dr. Yip and Noah talk about the differences between each.
What should a family do when OCD moves in? In this episode, Dr. Yip and Noah talk about how OCD infiltrates into the entire family system, and how to kick it out of your home for good. They’re joined by special guest Dr. Sarah Haider, an expert in pediatric anxiety and OCD. Please SUBSCRIBE and SHARE with friends!
What is an “OCD Monster?” Dr. Yip and Noah talk about OCD in kids, and how it’s treated. They’re joined by Dr. Sarah Haider, a specialist in pediatric anxiety and OCD.
How can balance and equality ruin your life? When is it more serious than just “being picky?” In this episode, Dr. Yip and Noah talk about Symmetry and Evenness OCD, and how it’s treated. Please SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and SHARE with friends!
How do I get these murderous thoughts out of my head? Dr. Yip and Noah talk about the fear of harming yourself and the fear of harming other people. Checking that doors are locked, alarms are on, and windows are shut often become compulsions with harm OCD. Learn about how harm OCD can present itself in both children and adults, and how to differentiate between being a “worrier” and having harm OCD. SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and SHARE with friends!
When does over and over go overboard? Repeating and sequencing OCD can become so much more severe and complicated than what it looks like from the outside. The reality is that OCD isn’t a “cute” personality quirk. Listen in to learn about what’s happening behind the scenes for those suffering.
When is it wrong to be “just right?” Doing and undoing things until it feels “just right,” repeating things until it feels “just right,” or washing your hands until it feels “just right.” Trying to attain the satisfying “just right” feeling can take over your entire life when you have OCD. Listen in on this episode that explores the similarities and differences among those with counting and ordering OCD.