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      In the YouTube video "OCD - A person who bites their nails until they bleed: what to do?" by Claude de SCORRAILLE, a woman's long-term habit of nail biting is explored. The woman started biting her nails 20 years ago to combat boredom, but it also seemed linked to stressful situations. The expert explains that in such cases the basis of the compulsion should be pleasure rather than fear. Women find pleasure in the sensation of biting their nails during moments of relaxation. The speaker emphasizes the importance of identifying the pleasure aspect and finding alternative ways to meet this need. The video also addresses the complex relationship between pleasure and pain in compulsive behaviors, suggesting making the ritual less appealing by making it routine and requiring it to be performed at specific times to help the person regain control . The ultimate goal is to transform compulsion into a conscious choice rather than an unconscious habit. 20 years ago, as a way to cope with boredom, but it also seemed linked to stressful situations. The expert explains that in such cases the basis of the compulsion should be pleasure rather than fear. Women find pleasure in the sensation of biting their nails during moments of relaxation. The speaker emphasizes the importance of identifying the pleasure aspect and finding alternative ways to meet this need. The video also addresses the complex relationship between pleasure and pain in compulsive behaviors, suggesting making the ritual less appealing by making it routine and requiring it to be performed at specific times to help the person regain control . The ultimate goal is to transform compulsion into a conscious choice rather than an unconscious habit.

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      • 00:00:00 In this section of the YouTube video titled "OCD - A person who bites their nails until they bleed: what to do?" by Claude de SCORRAILLE, it is about a woman who has been biting her nails until they bleed for twenty years. She mentioned that she started doing it when she was bored and not in stressful situations. There were, however, situations that seemed stress-related, such as long meetings. The expert explains that in this case the basis of the compulsion should be pleasure rather than fear. The woman in question prepares herself for relaxation and enjoys biting her nails. It's important to note that another person has reported similar compulsions, and this is a way of coping with boredom or even deeper underlying stress. The expert emphasizes that in such situations it is crucial to identify the pleasure aspect and find alternative ways to satisfy this need. The woman's compulsion is not a problem for her, and it is a common behavior known as trichotillomania, which is the urge to pull out one's hair. Other compulsive behaviors, such as scarification or compulsive buying, can also be considered pleasure seeking.20 years . She mentioned that she started doing it when she was bored and not in stressful situations. There were, however, situations that seemed stress-related, such as long meetings. The expert explains that in this case the basis of the compulsion should be pleasure rather than fear. The woman in question prepares herself for relaxation and enjoys biting her nails. It's important to note that another person has reported similar compulsions, and this is a way of coping with boredom or even deeper underlying stress. The expert emphasizes that in such situations it is crucial to identify the pleasure aspect and find alternative ways to satisfy this need. The woman's compulsion is not a problem for her, and it is a common behavior known as trichotillomania, which is the urge to pull out one's hair. Other compulsive behaviors, such as scarification or compulsive buying, can also be considered pleasure seeking.

      • 00:05:00 In this section of the YouTube video entitled "OCD - A person who bites their nails until they bleed: what to do? By Claude de SCORRAILLE", the speaker discusses the complex relationship between pleasure and pain in compulsive behaviors. , using the example of biting your nails. The speaker explains that when a person is under the influence of a constraint, he or she is a slave to it and that often the discomfort associated with the constraint becomes more important than the pleasure that results from it. To help someone break free from this cycle, the speaker suggests making the ritual less appealing by making it routine, requiring it to be performed at specific times, and making the person more conscious of their actions. The goal is to transform the constraint into a conscious choice rather than an unconscious habit. We are under the influence of a constraint, we are its slave, and often the discomfort associated with the constraint becomes more important than the pleasure that comes from it. To help someone break free from this cycle, the speaker suggests making the ritual less appealing by making it routine, requiring it to be performed at specific times, and making the person more conscious of their actions. The goal is to transform the constraint into a conscious choice rather than an unconscious habit.

      • 00:10:00 In this section of the YouTube video titled "OCD - A person who bites their nails until they bleed: what to do?" by Claude de SCORRAILLE, the speaker evokes the importance of imposing a nail-biting ritual at specific times instead of letting it rely on pleasure. The speaker suggests that doing this for just a minute over a cold drink can be effective in helping the person regain control. The ultimate goal is to help the person take control during moments of relaxation and not be forced to perform the ritual. The speaker emphasizes that this behavior is a search for sensations based on pleasure, and in this specific case, relaxation triggers desire rather than boredom.

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