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Can repetitive or intrusive thoughts signal a mental disorder?

Repetitive or intrusive thoughts are problematic and usually indicate there is some kind of anxiety or stress happening. Watch psychologist Jennifer Hartstein, PsyD, explain why it's best to seek help if repetitive thoughts are an ongoing issue.

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