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I would love to put the first nick/scratch somewhere …? off the top of my head the front bumper is where it happens (one doesn't want to think on these things too much too long 🙂). All cars have one, eventually acquire one somewhere, sometime, … I'd love to intentionally be the first to do so on this little pappy.
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How much time through conference and banter would be required for academia to consider these type of thoughts as hallucinogenic? You know, not of one's own volition and disconnected from a-more-total-sphere-of-the-reality-of-a-situation type disconnect?

Corina, you first … .
What are intrusive thoughts?
Suddenly thinking things like: "I could drive off this cliff and kill us all", or "If I hit you with this hammer, it would crack open your skull," is a common experience for most people. They’re called intrusive thoughts, and are perfectly normal when they occur without causing anxiety or compulsion.

Here’s the thing. Our imaginations know no boundaries, so nearly everyone experiences intrusive thoughts that are rooted in violence, sex, blasphemy and beyond. For most people, these thoughts come and go. But for sufferers of OCD, these thoughts trigger debilitating anxiety. It’s not easy getting rid of the thoughts. OCD sufferers compulsively try to neutralize or disprove them. But the more they obsess, the stronger the thoughts get. The faster they come. And the more they play into their biggest fears. This leaves sufferers questioning their character and constantly seeking reassurance that they’re simply not capable of acting on their thoughts.

And so begins the never-ending cycle of obsessions and compulsions. Unlike some forms of OCD where a sufferer engages in a visual ritual (like hand washing), some OCD sufferers get stuck in their minds performing non-observable rituals over and over again. To their dismay and frustration, sufferers obsess over the meaning of their thoughts. Even worse, ill-informed therapists might request that their patients dive deeper for an understanding. The truth is, those intrusive thoughts are completely meaningless. Because the brain experiences a misfire between areas of communication, they don’t actually speak to someone’s character. Intrusive thoughts can be a totally manageable condition. With proper therapy, people with OCD can live normal, happy lives.

Read & learn:
https://www.intrusivethoughts.org/ocd-treatment/

Reference:
https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/am-i-normal/201110/intrusive-thoughts-normal-or-not

#psychology   #intrusivethoughts   #OCD   #neuroscience  
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Mo undoubtedly played with Aisha, his favorite wife, at an early age. While they were playing, were topical applications of semen from Mo causing Aisha to eventually develop early puberty? 

Most Western minds are incapable of sober, civil thoughts towards the subject; to pursue for the questions and answers to bring resolve. So it goes
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Affinity Designer and Photo, I have big plans for you guys. Etsy.com, too. 🖖 
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Are you a robot? Reply with anything or scad-daddle.
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My Higi results today. T'anks, #RiteAid
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