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Does Nail Biting Cause Any Long-Term Nail Damage?

NO. Nails are formed within the nail bed — just beneath where the U-shaped cuticles begin. As long as the nail bed remains intact, nail biting isn’t likely to interfere with fingernail growth. 160 more words


A Whole Bunch of Really Crunchy Thoughts

My to-do list is like decomposing matter. Something that’s new on the list only just begins to decompose, while something that’s been on the list for a week is in a much later state of decomposition. 1,229 more words

Dealing with the Stresses of the Soon-To-Be Future

I’ve submitted my last college application, which happens to be the college I want to attend most, and all of the other stresses of the soon-to-be future are feeling way too real. 427 more words


OCD Coverage in Print and on TV

This has been a big week! On Monday this article in The Atlantic came out, which I was so honored to be interviewed for so I could share why I think throwing around the term “OCD” is a problem. 199 more words


Trending - OCD jokes

It’s not funny to laugh about mental illness. So why do we think it’s okay to laugh about OCD?

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Understanding Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Its Symptoms

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental disorder where the affected individual displays adamancy in asserting his or her opinion or behavior. It is very common disorder estimated to be far spread than any other… 461 more words

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Factors that contribute to the development of OCD

OCD is a complex neurobiological disorder. There are various factors thought to influence the development of OCD. It is most likely an interaction between biological, psychological and social factors. 232 more words