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They normally expect failure and disaster is coming, and they normally can not lead normal lives. Phobias are an irrational fear of a certain object or situation. Most people will acknowledge their fear and know that it is unreasonable, but they can not control their anxiety. Another disorder is Social Anxiety Disorder. It is a social phobia, and their main fear is being judged harshly by others and the fear of do... ... middle of paper ... ...
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Obsessive compulsive disorder is an anxiety disorder in which people have unwanted thoughts (obsessions) and compulsions. It makes people go through a routine that makes them feel like they have to do or if something bad is going to happen. People with ocd have to go through a struggle everyday, having to deal with the constant compulsions and obsessions. There is a difference between compulsions and obsessions. Obsessions are ideas, thoughts, impulses or images that keep coming back.
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When people think about phobias, they tend to think that there are only small amounts of people who have these disorders. However, “anxiety disorders affect about 40 million American adults age 18 years and older (about 18%) in a given year,” and “about 8 percent of teens ages 13–18 have an anxiety disorder.” (“What is Anxiety Disorder?”, the National Institute of Mental Health) and that doesn’t even factor in the rest of the world. Yet, most of the general populace doesn’t know that there are different kinds of anxiety disorders are and what some of the symptoms of an anxiety disorder are. Some of the main aspects of an anxiety disorder are: A person can recognize that their fears or irrational, but still have a strong reaction when exposed to the situation/object/event; that a person will go out of their way to avoid the situation/object/even that they fear, and that this avoidance behavior is getting in the way of that person’s life. (“DSM-5 Definition of Social Anxiety Disorder”, Social Anxiety Institute).