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Is OCD lifelong?
Jan 21, 2003
... Hi! This my first time using a messageboard. From reading the previous messages, I finally feel like I am not the only one who thinks constantly about things that I need not worry about. I have been diagnosed with OCD--mainly repetative thoughts or actions that "I think" will prevent harm. Also, trich (hairpulling) Does anyone else have these thoughts? As an example, I... (3 replies)
... I have so many OCD sleep issues. I know this will be long but I will try to condense it. I need some advice ASAP . ... (1 replies)
OCD or what?
Jan 28, 2013
... It's not surprising that with less stress your anxiety is less, OCD often worsens in stressful situations as you've experienced first hand. ... (2 replies)

... or from books in the library or bookstores. Behavior therapy, especially when started young, can often have great and lifelong success in reducing the symtoms of OCD, sometimes entirely. ... (1 replies)
... In another thread I mentioned that I have a lifelong severe depressive disorder. I used to have hideous panic attacks and could only infrequently leave the house. ... (7 replies)
... Autism and OCD are closely linked, and these kind of things tend to run infamilies, so it's not surprising. ... (13 replies)
... This is my first post... Let me introduce myself...I'm now 30...but I've been suffering from OCD since I was 18. No one except my sister in my family knows that I have this condition....and even my sister doesn't know a whole lot about it... ... (7 replies)
Skin Picking
Jan 15, 2008
... I have a lifelong severe depressive disorder, and must always be on antidepressants. I don't mind that at all, as I've come from being suicidal to a functioning person. ... (66 replies)
... Well, I have a lifelong eating disorder which gets severe at times, and agoraphobia, OCD and quite a few physical problems, too. ... (1 replies)
... Most of my OCD displays itself in a chronic and pretty severe lifelong eating disorder. ... (47 replies)
Bad Day
Oct 12, 2006
... en that high before. You're also experiencing something you've never been through before, and it's a big change for you. I mean, wow, being a mother. That's a lifelong commitment and of course you're going to question yourself and have doubts and fears. ... (3 replies)
... just laugh. Trich is such an overwhelming disorder than completely drains you. Even now, with hair all grown back, I battle with which seems like is going to be lifelong depression. I think that the hurt from my childhood with being teased and tormented has caused this. I just tell myself everyday that I can't pull out my hair. ... (13 replies)
May 28, 2004
... Greetings from Gustav, I am no expert in this but from learning about meds and depression since March of this year I would say that........................for LEXAPRO the starting dose, as well as the most common for most users, would seem to be 10mg. 20mg or higher (yikes, there are a few of those) seems to be an exception not a rule. Also, LEXAPRO should, I emphasize... (11 replies)
... se exposure was way to tormenting so that is why I preech to help others understand what is going on in their head. Although it takes a professional to diagnose OCD it is a very real possibility you have it. ... (86 replies)
*Do I Have OCD?*
May 10, 2002
... ow that stuff goes in our heads, other people would think what the heck are we talking about, just do it once and be done with it.. I've seen the tv shows about OCD where there are some severe cases, excessive hand washing, that type of thing. I think I just have thoughts of it, don't think I'm too bad. ... (9 replies)
*Do I Have OCD?*
May 9, 2002
... extent, of what I think in my head., Doesn't really interfere too much in life, I don't let anyone know, but I can totally relate to how people that really have OCD severely feel. It is something they can't explain. I don't think I have it, or at least not bad, but I know how the feeling must be. ... (9 replies)

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