Tag: staring ocd

  • Address Staring OCD: Look Inside

    Staring OCD is a term to describe looking at people “inappropriately”. Carol Edwards is one of those people and has now recovered by ninety per cent. So, her goal is to raise awareness of this hidden variation of OCD, also referred to as Visual Tourettic OCD. She knows many people who struggle with it, most […]

  • How Folding Your Arms Can Help You Power Through Peripheral Staring

    How Folding Your Arms Can Help You Power Through Peripheral Staring

    There are different techniques you can use to suppress the urge to look in situations I’ve just described. I’ll share one involving competing responses where a specific discomfort must overpower the premonitory urge to stare. This technique addresses the tic, not an obsession and compulsion related to it.

  • Staring OCD: Ever Wondered Why People Sneak A Look At Others Privates?

    Staring OCD: Ever Wondered Why People Sneak A Look At Others Privates?

    Ever wondered why people stare at others privates? Have you asked yourself if it’s a tic, an obsession, a compulsive action or all three? Visual Tourettic OCD Staring OCD is now known as Visual or Ocular Tourettic OCD. That makes sense to me because the urge to stare feels like an involuntary eye movement is […]