Shaye Taylor

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OCD Brain Has Higher Activity When Dealing With A Moral Dilemma

<b>Morality problems cause much more worry for people with OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder), compared to the general population, researchers from the</b> …

Mental Health

'I Was Scared I Was a Paedophile': 17 Years Living With Intrusive Thoughts And Pure OCD

By J. Grant<p>The thought of jumping in front of a train as it approaches. The thought of putting your hand in a blender. The thought of murdering your …

What It’s Like To Be An Entrepreneur With OCD

Some creative behavioral solutions helped David Schottenstein, cofounder of Viewabill, turn a challenge into an asset.<p>Lots of people joke about “being OCD,” but for some entrepreneurs, it’s literal.<p>David Schottenstein doesn’t remember a time when he didn’t have obsessive-compulsive disorder. As a …

10-min Efficient Warm-up And Strength-Builder [Lessons]

<b>For Beginners</b>: A very effective method of warming up that also helps build strength.

Beginner Guitarists Guide To Music Theory Part Three - Diminished, Augmented And Suspended Chords [Lessons]

<b>For Beginners</b>: If you have read the first two parts of this series, you will have no problem in understanding this section on the suspended, …

Directional Pentatonic Scale Concept Guitar Lesson [Lessons]

<b>Guitar Scales And Modes</b>: In this lesson we are going to use pentatonics in a non traditional way.

How To Effectively Learn All The Notes On The Guitar Fretboard [Lessons]

<b>For Beginners</b>: Learning all the notes on the fretboard can be a very daunting prospect, but I’m here to help! In this video lesson I’ll be sharing …

Music theory primer: understanding notes, intervals, scales and chords

<b>There can be little doubt that understanding how music works can help you to make better music; or, at the very least, make things easier when you’re</b> …

Why Is That F 'Sharp'? Understanding Key Signatures On Guitar [Lessons]

<b>Music Theory Tips</b>: Have you ever wondered why there's an F# note in a G major scale? Or why an F major has a Bb? And why is it named Bb and not A#?!