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Understanding the Anxiety Disorders Connected to Claustrophobia:

Liberty Psychological Association Claustrophobia is associated to multiple different anxiety-related disorders, including: Generalized Anxiety Disorder¬†: Generalized anxiety disorder refers to a non-stop, ongoing form of anxiety or even worrying. It maybe that generalized anxiety disorder plays a part in the development of claustrophobia. More than likely, there are some correlation between what got a personContinue reading “Understanding the Anxiety Disorders Connected to Claustrophobia:”

What is a Codependent Relationships?

By: Shervan K. Shahhian Liberty Psychological Association Codependency is mostly used to describe a relationships where one is needy, or dependent upon, another. The term codependency is more than an everyday clinginess. A codependent relationship is far more extreme than clinginess. A codependent person will plan their entire life around pleasing the other person, orContinue reading “What is a Codependent Relationships?”

Parapsychology

LIBERTY PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION Past psychical research was done with psychics, spiritualist, mediums, mystics of all kinds. By the 1930s, in the U.S. attracted the interest of some well-known scholars and institutions, a modern and more sophisticated investigation of the paranormal proceeded. Different groups did experiments on paranormal subjects, from precognition, to remote viewing, and spoonContinue reading “Parapsychology”

Understanding Unwanted Intrusive Thoughts

Liberty Psychological Association Many could have passing intrusive thoughts that seem to be out of their control: The content may feel scary, absurd, or threatening, and may go away after a few minutes. Intrusive thoughts can be scary and worrisome about what might go very wrong in ones life or in the in the lifeContinue reading “Understanding Unwanted Intrusive Thoughts”

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)

Liberty Psychological Association by: Shervan K Shahhian an Overview: Obsessive-compulsive disorder (O.C.D.) features a series of unwanted thoughts and phobias or obsessions that can lead a person to do repetitive and compulsions behaviors. These obsessive compulsions can interfere with ones daily life and can cause the person significant distress. One can try to stop orContinue reading “Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)”

Psychosis

by: Shervan K Shahhian, Liberty Psychological Association Symptoms of Psychosis: A person who develops psychosis will have their own unique group of symptoms and feelings, and experiences, according to their own circumstances. There are 3 main symptoms that are connected with a psychotic episode: Confused and disturbed thoughts. Delusions. Hallucinations. Hallucinations that are associated to Psychosis: Hallucinations areContinue reading “Psychosis”

Schizoaffective-Disorder

Liberty Psychological Association An Overview of the Disorder: Schizoaffective disorder is a mental health illness or disorder which is a combination of schizophrenia symptoms, like mood disorder, hallucinations or delusions, and, depression or mania. There are 2 types of schizoaffective disorder, both may include some symptoms of schizophrenia. Bipolar type of schizoaffective disorder which includesContinue reading “Schizoaffective-Disorder”

Intermittent Explosive Disorder

LIBERTY PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION a General Overview: Intermittent explosive disorder involves angry verbal outbursts, or on going, repeated, sudden episodes of impulsive behavior , aggressive behavior, violent behavior in which a person reacts excessively and a out of proportion reaction to a given situation. Some these examples are: Road rage, domestic abuse, throwing things, and orContinue reading “Intermittent Explosive Disorder”

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