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Often, compulsions are performed in a ritualistic, or very specific way, for example, counting to six each time an article of clothing is removed. Often, the content of obsessions sounds very odd or makes no sense. For example, a child with OCD might say that he or she needs to arrange all the teddy bears from smallest to biggest or else something bad will happen to mom. Most younger children have no idea that their obsessions sound peculiar to others.
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One of the easiest ways to quickly spruce up a room is to paint it. However, since that isn't always possible, there are a number of other ways to add new life to a teenager's bedroom without a paintbrush. If the walls are white, so much the better. Since white is neutral, other colors, patterns and textures stand out against it nicely and its neutrality allows for changes to the decor more easily than would bolder wall colors.
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Teenagers, we think, are moody, self-absorbed, reckless, defiant creatures who reject our wisdom in favour of a path of personal sabotage. But the rallying cry from Blakemore — an increasingly powerful voice in the world of international neuroscience, who has given policy advice to the British government — is that teenagers are right. Beyond the world of neuroscientific research, for the most part society does not understand them. Only 20 years ago, it was thought that brain development stopped in early childhood. Then, with the advent of sophisticated MRI scanners, scientists in the US discovered that the brain continued to change into adolescence.