Ocd and sexual repression

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Verified by Psychology Today. Culturally Speaking. Obsessions are intrusive thoughts, impulses, or images that cause distress and anxiety.

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Although a natural reaction for many affected people is to try and suppress, or push away, these thoughts, research shows that thought suppression can actually make obsessions worse. Thought suppression is trying to ignore or control thoughts that we find threatening or distressing. For example, when reminded of an embarrassing incident or a time when you were rejected, you might try to actively push away these thoughts by distracting yourself or trying to think about something else.

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Sexual obsessions are obsessions with sexual activity. In the context of obsessive-compulsive disorder OCDthese are extremely common, [1] and can become extremely debilitating, making the person ashamed of the symptoms and reluctant to seek help. As preoccupation with sexual matters, however, does not only occur as a symptom of OCD, they may be enjoyable in other contexts i.

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On the contrary, evidence shows numerous examples of OCD type symptoms in the lives of figures throughout the ages. People experiencing problems with obsessions and compulsions what we now call OCD will have probably been around since people have been around. Finding early historical descriptions of OCD does exist, with some clear detailed likely cases dating back to the 14th century, some of which we will look at below.

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Verified by Psychology Today. Culturally Speaking. We are not talking about people who have sex over and over again, compelled by a need to achieve technical sexual perfection.

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The topic of sexual obsessions as a psychiatric symptom has not been well investigated. Sexual obsessions were more frequent in schizophrenia Sexual obsessions remained independently associated with all aspects of suicidal behaviors.

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There aren't many good forums for discussing psychological science, and I thought this thread might appeal to the secular community here. Although I'm not a psych student and I couldn't make the case as well as I had hoped, I will contend that erotic impairments due to abuse or trauma could at times be mistaken for superficial ideology, namely sexually repressive, religious ideology, with terrible consequences. In fact, I have only seen conservatism related to the openness factor in the Big Five, which is mostly irrelevant to psychiatric diagnoses.

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Nobody likes to feel guilt. But when a fear of doing harm to others and feeling guilty as a result gets too severe, it can become pathological. Excessive fear of guilt can lead a person down the road to developing obsessive-compulsive disorder. Obsessive-compulsive disorder affects roughly 2 percent of the population.

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An obsessionat least within the context of obsessive-compulsive disorder OCDis an unwanted thought, image, or idea that won't go away, and which causes distress. One of the subsets of OCD-related obsessions is the sexual obsession. What's important to remember is that sexual obsessions can occur with or without compulsions.

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In my previous postI discussed the underlying emotional environment that can trigger migraines, or keep people who struggle with chronic migraines consistently close to the migraine threshold. There are many possible triggers for migraines, and, for people who struggle with non-organic chronic migraines, emotional history may have significant relevance to this picture. Generally, and somewhat simplistically, speaking, the more emotionally genuine and connected a person can be, the less likely it is that he or she would experience non-organic chronic pain pain with no identified medical basis.

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