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Ocd
Oct 24, 2009
... In my opinion I would not say OCD is a disease. I would say it could be genetic and or in some cases formed due to circumstances and environment. ... (0 replies)
... hi, i think i havw ocd, i sufffer with unwanted thought, repetitive thinking etc! ... (3 replies)
... Hi everyone...I'm new to this forum. where do I start. I would say that I've had ocd since at least my teenage years. ... (1 replies)

... Hello David, I was thinking about the difference between OCD and schizophrenia, with respect to the fact that there may be an imaginary element present (in the pejorative, a delusion) that cannot be overcome because the brain cannot simply apply a filter. They are very similar mental illnesses, I believe differing mainly in the count, frequency and interaction of delusions. ... (5 replies)
... nstantly running, thinking, analyzing without stopping at all. As a result, things seem hyperconnected to me. This means that for example if I suffered a bout of OCD in the morning and had a party at night, at night my mind would still be focused on the OCD and not the party. ... (10 replies)
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... Sooo no better place to ask for advice then fellow OCD people. ... (2 replies)
OCD Relationship
Jun 10, 2008
... I'm new to this board and I have read many of your post which I must say are of great help and inspiration. I believe that I'm an OCD sufferer. About 4 months ago i started expericing a great amount of anxiety from literaly picking out my boyfriend's flaws. ... (36 replies)
... Had undiagnosed OCD, Narcolepsy, Sleep paralysis, Chronic Fatigue for years, since childhood. My OCD involves negative thoughts in which I carry out with repetitive rituals which takes up maybe two hours of my time on a daily basis. ... (6 replies)
... stress, they are very indicative of OCD, especially when they take on an obsessive nature as you describe. Not all forms of OCD have physical compulsions. Pure O is one form that has mental obsessions AND mental compulsions. ... (2 replies)
... especially if I'm doing something repetitive like walking. ... (2 replies)
... I'm 17 years old and for a couple of years I've struggled with repetitive thoughts. ... (1 replies)
... something that the person cannot stop thinking about, but that gives them enjoyment. ... (2 replies)
... denial was considered a ritual or compulsion but, as I'm sure you well know, OCD is the "doubting disease". I guess the only thing that made me think otherwise was the fact that it is not something that is done repetitively each day. ... (6 replies)
... I'm with you on the repetitive sounds. The chewing with the mouth open kills me. I focus on it to the point where I'm waiting for the next open mouth crunch. ... (8 replies)
... Thankyou so much for your post! It really helps me and shows me what I should do right now. I guess my biggest fear ,and why I haven't given my heart completely to God yet,is that he won't help me and that I'm gonna get my hopes all up and then they'll come crashing down again.I know I shouldn't think like that,but I do. Well thankyou so much for your post,and I hope to... (6 replies)
... I am glad to have given hope to you all! I am treating my OCD like a recovering alcoholic would treat alcohol. I have to stay aware of the fact that OCD is a disease, and I am susceptible to it. ... (6 replies)
... I just read and responded to a post on here, and it really made me think. I'm 39 years old and have known that I exhibit OCD behaviors for a few years now, i.e., counting, constantly arranging things on my coffee table so they are aligned, symmetrical, etc. ... (4 replies)
My Ocd List
Mar 10, 2005
... my biggest problem on this list is when it affects my social life is there anyway i can just relax when i am with my friends or change my way of thinking ? ... (1 replies)
... I know that its not true OCD. I don't think that most people with OCD have OCD traits that are learned. It is usually a chemical imbalance. When I was younger I wasn't exactly blowing fears out of porportion about locking my door. ... (12 replies)




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