How to Overcome Religious OCD: A Complete Guide

Religious OCD, often termed scrupulosity, is a new variation of OCD that can be seen in the form of practicing religion. Some individuals develop obsessions with the idea of god, and religion and sometimes end up feeling so anxious that it affects their day-to-day lives. It is also important to...

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