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I know I locked that door properly. But I might check it again, just once more.

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Making sure that table is really clean.

How do we recognise the symptoms of OCD? Source: Source: Janine/Creative Commons


Published 15 May 2022 at 8:27am
By sri dean
Presented by sri dean
Source: SBS

A recent report from the World Health Organisation announced that world-wide the COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically affected peoples’ mental health. For example, fear of contamination appears to have increased Obsessive Compulsory behaviours related to hygiene. What can be done to help people who suffer such mental stress?


Published 15 May 2022 at 8:27am
By sri dean
Presented by sri dean
Source: SBS


Ratih ArruumListiyandini is a practising psychologist.  She explains to Sri Dean what Obsessive Compulsory Disorder (OCD) is, and how it can affect peoples’ lives, not only in the present but also in the future.

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