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... He is also be bipolar, so this is a fun ride, or could it be that the Pure O symptoms have mimiced bipolar? ... (10 replies)
Racing thoughts
Aug 24, 2007
... It's too bad that you and your boyfriend keep on breaking up because of how you feel. That really sucks, I feel really sorry for you. I really hope that your Psychologist and Doctor will help you, that is really important. Also be sure to tell your Psychologist and Doctor everything about how you feel. It's really important. Do you keep a Journal? Just wondering. You should... (14 replies)
Racing thoughts
Aug 24, 2007
... O" OCD that sounded pretty familiar. ... (14 replies)

Is this OCD???
Mar 10, 2007
... as home all alone i would be scared that i was going to harm myself, i couldnt be home alone at all, and then from there i became obsessed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, if you go back and read my posts you will see that we have soo much in common so know that you are not alone, it is very hard to deal with. ... (2 replies)
... Also, racing thoughts is kinda vague. If the thoughts cause you anxiety and panic then you can clearly differentiate between Bipolar and Anxiety Dissorder. People with Bipolar usually don't feel anxiety as a result of the racing thoughts, they do things. ... (2 replies)
... Some people suffer from what is called "pure o" which is pure obsessional ocd. ... (7 replies)
... He has not yet been given an official bipolar diagnosis, as his therapist is still trying to unravel everything. And i have been posting on the bipolar boards! ... (10 replies)
... holistic medicines and treatments, but if he's against medication, then they may be worth a try. I will say that, in my opinion, anyone who is bipolar absolutely MUST be on a mood stabilizer to prevent mania. Do you know if he's bipolar I or II? ... (10 replies)
... Hello everyone, I have a really nasty case of OCD that I dont really want to discuss on here, as well as severe depression because of it. ... (9 replies)
... my mom's told me that I can be so miserable one minute and laughing the next, but again, I don't have such pronounced symptoms to be classified even as bipolar II. ... (48 replies)
... but my father had the same sleeping habits, he was very grandiose, and God knows he was moody, so I wouldn't be surprised if HE was bipolar and I have a mild form like cyclothymia... ... (48 replies)
... because they're used to treat bipolar disorder, and to cure these two problems. ... (8 replies)
... psychotics are Risperdal, Seroquel, and Zyprexa. These meds were designed to help treat schizophrenia and bipolar mania, and this makes me wary about taking them. ... (8 replies)
... washing and checking, and know next to nothing about pure obsessions. ... (48 replies)
Mike81
Nov 24, 2004
... spike when seeing a male, thinking about sex, hearing something about homosexuality. At this point you will be doubting about your life and yourself etc., hence ocd is also called the doubting disease. After some therapy and doing my own excersises and accepting some truths about myself, I started getting better. ... (1 replies)
... specially as a teenager, but later still, also. Some project, some music, some movie.... you know, funny thing, I have been wondering for a long time if I may be bipolar too. Because these "obsessions" are more like euphoria stuff, not OCD type obessions. ... (13 replies)
... I'm new here. I'm usually over on the bipolar board, but lately, my bipolar meds just aren't helping with one ever-present problem: I am obsessed with the idea of receiving a romanically-given ring from my husband. It's bad. I pore over web sites, look at my plain band all the time and feel sad that I never got a diamond ring first. (We were dirt poor at the time, so he... (13 replies)
Music in head
Jun 17, 2006
... ing just thought it was another part of me. Granted my "radio" seems to get stuck on a certain song which can drive me batty as can be. I never have heard of the pure "o" factor or been dx'd with OCD. ... (18 replies)
Music in head
May 22, 2006
... and little or no physical compulsions or rituals. The main thing that divides it from regular OCD is the lack of physical compulsions... pure obsessional involves mental thought and mental compulsions which can be quite powerful. Pure O is what I have. ... (18 replies)




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