Finding Peace Of Mind While Dealing With A Serious Illness

Topics Include:
  • Changing intrusive, negative thoughts.
  • Taking control of your thoughts.
  • Finding peace of mind while dealing with serious illness or physical ailment.
  • General peace of mind strategies.

Ask the Author: Question & Response

I have OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder). There is evidence this is caused by a biochemical imbalance in the orbital frontal cortex and caudate and putamen sections of the brain. I lack peace of mind due to repetitive and intrusive thoughts caused by this problem in my brain. I lack the peace and confidence I know are within me because of it. I am wondering how someone like you would suggest feeling joyful, happy and at peace when a problem like this blocks that. Or even if someone suffers from another physical ailment? Thanks.

– Anonymous 

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