Sandy Glover

I am a mental health advocate with a bachelor's degree in psychology and a master's degree in mental health counseling. Initially, I worked as a therapist but shifted my focus and became a Certified Peer Specialist. Currently, I present at inpatient facilities through NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) and other organizations. I am also a mental health blogger and web content writer, where I draw upon my personal history, education, and professional experience. My work has been featured on the NAMI blog and as a regular contributor to The Mighty blog. You can find me at Bipolar Warriors - YOU ARE NOT ALONE

OCD and Violent Thoughts 

OCD and Violent Thoughts: How to Deal with intrusive thoughts Most people have heard of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), an anxiety disorder where obsessions cause irrational thoughts, worry, and fear.  In contrast, compulsions come from a need to rid these thoughts, worries, and fears by performing rituals to alleviate the anxiety created by these obsessions. And yes, …

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