impulse the client seeks to suppress or neutralize while recognizing it is not imposed by outside forces. Obsession, moreover, is defined as an unwanted thought, word, phrase, or image that persistently and repeatedly comes into a person's mind and causes distress.
Obsessions refer to uncontrollable, pervasive, intruisve, irrational, persistent and recurring thoughts, images, ideas, or impulses that an individual feels intrude upon his or her consciousness and that cause significant anxiety or distress that interferes with his/her day to day functioning; persistent, intrusive, and irrational thoughts, ideas, impulses, or images that focus on improbable or unrealistic events or on real-life events that are greatly exaggerated.
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