What does the OCD brain look like?

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I find it's always important to remember that living with OCD means that there is some type of malfunctioning going on in the brain. This can help you attribute the disorder to simply that, a disorder and can help with recovery. I've found some interesting research on what goes on inside the OCD mind: We're Sorry - Scientific American, The OCD Brain: Possible Causes of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Hopefully it can help some sufferers out there break out of the daily battle inside their minds. Science often can help in my opinion..
 
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I got schizophrenia, and also this got to do with the composition of the brain. Thinking of this helps me remember that my illness is not my fault:)
 
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The link doesn't work. I've written about this.

My research is just from all the people I've ever seen, and me - so of course, subjective.
 
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