We all suffer from emotional and psychological issues from time to time. While there are plenty of psychological issues and traumas we can cope with ourselves, sometimes these issues can be overwhelming. At this point, it’s time to seek help from a professional such as a psychologist.
Do you feel down during the winter? Is your energy lower than it should be? Do you feel depressed or run down? Then you may suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD for short). If that’s the case, treating seasonal affective disorder is vital to keeping you enthusiastic about and in love with life.
In the first part of this two-part article we discussed causes and symptoms of obsessive compulsive disorder, or OCD. Here we will look at treatment options.
Do you need to double-check that you locked the door when you leave home, or that you locked the car when you parked? That is normal – we all do it occasionally because our minds are on other things and we forget. However, if you need to go back three, or four times, that may be a problem. You may suffer from OCD, or obsessive compulsive disorder.
Seeking marriage counseling doesn’t mean you have given up. It means you care enough about your relationship to work at and get outside help when you appear to be at an impasse. So the first thing to do when seeking a counselor is, don’t view this as a mark of failure. You are salvaging and repairing your marriage.