• How to use OCD to my advantage?

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      I’m going to school in the fall to study the bible @moodybible college (online). I believe I will be able to complete this course since I’ve always had a deep rooted interest in the bible and it seems like it’s the only thing I can focus on consistently. I’ve also come to realize that I can hold a thought in my head for a very long time but when it comes time to put the thought away and focus on the task at hand I just lose interest. I don’t get it I can sit all day long and read my bible but when it comes other things I just can’t focus. I just wish I could be like normal people get up and get things done instead it’s a constant struggle for me to do anything that doesn’t interest me and even the stuff that does interest me I lose interest in eventually. Are their any ways I can work around this or use it to my advantage? If I could just direct my interest I could direct my focus.

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      Learn meditation and focus on your breathing. Scientifically validated to have substantial effects on focus and executive function.

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      I’ve heard a lot about mindfulness meditation but have never understood how to do it. Can you give me some resources?

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      A simple Google Search would yield you approximately 11.900.000 results. That said, here are a couple:

      http://www.wikihow.com/Category:Meditation-for-Beginners
      [url]http://meditation.org.au/class1.asp?mobilecheck=true[/url]
      [url]http://psychcentral.com/lib/2011/meditation-for-beginners/[/url]
      [url]http://zenhabits.net/meditation-for-beginners-20-practical-tips-for-quieting-the-mind/[/url]

      Good luck.

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