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... I read your post, I am really sorry that you are having all of these problems. ... (4 replies)
... Think about the first time you began to repeat what people say over and over in your head. What event preceded the behavior? ... (8 replies)
... i haven't read all the replys, i hope i'm not repeating something. i will call up the thoughts in my head to see how well i can dismiss them as ridiculous. is this what you mean. it's like i'm testing my anxiety level by how quick i can neutralize...or not entertain those thoughts. am i making sense? (14 replies)

... This condition manifests itself in repetitive thoughts with a ritualistic behaviour to avoid feeling the anxiety of not performing this ritual and in your case your anxiety is caused by your need to confess and your ritual is confessing to someone who will validate your ritual or in your case your confession.. ... (20 replies)
Hello.
Nov 7, 2010
... weird thoughts that you don't mean, etc. ... (4 replies)
... g" and behaviours like that are more focused on. I would talk to someone about counseling, which really helped me, they give you tools and talk to someone about your medication. there are alot of different ones out there. You may just not have found the right fit yet. ... (1 replies)
... It's all about the Obsessive thoughts, and they generally say that your thoughts tend to be about something that your passionate about or carre about deeply. ... (11 replies)
... These happen to be among the most disturbing of my symptoms, as well. And, yes, it can be very exhausting for a close companion. Put yourself in their shoes. As empathetic as they may be, sometimes the problem can seem to have no solution. But there is a solution. ... (9 replies)
... then thinking, 'Oh let me do that again' and going back and doing the same thing again, while thinking the same thing as you did the first time. Sometimes repeating it more than twice. Also, watching TV and going over certain scenes of the programme in your head, instead of just watching it and forgetting about it. ... (11 replies)
... and have found it effective in reducing both compulsive and obsessive severity. However, my obsessions are much stronger than my compulsions and are still quite annoying despite relief. ... (2 replies)
... OCD is not always very easy. Sometimes its harder for others to work through, sometimes its just extra worry but it can be worked with in so many ways. Personally I challenge my OCD thoughts...even when I decide not to check the door one last time to make sure its locked... ... (2 replies)
... OCD is not always very easy. Sometimes its harder for others to work through, sometimes its just extra worry but it can be worked with in so many ways. Personally I challenge my OCD thoughts...even when I decide not to check the door one last time to make sure its locked... ... (2 replies)
... This is a big step for me to come out and tell others what has been going on in my head for the last 25 years. I'm 30 years old and I can remember almost the exact moment this OCD started. ... (1 replies)
... Although not entirely similar to your OCD of clothing, I too have OCD about wearing certain clothing. ... (1 replies)
... However, it really isn't that crazy, because these are all just symptoms of OCD that can be dealt with. In my opinion, the compulsions are a lot easier to treat than the obsessions. Exposure with response prevention worked great for me in stopping my compulsions. ... (4 replies)
... i just want some advice and for any of you out there who share the same problem, and what type of ritauls do you have to proform when your OCD comes on? ... (4 replies)
Keeping a diary.
Jun 6, 2007
... I know you will gain back the control of your mind. ... (4 replies)
... What techniques do you use when the thoughts are repeating over and over? ... (3 replies)
... is affected in both disorders...just in OCD the malfunction is being interpreted as a threat or something wrong, hence the anxiety. ... (4 replies)
... and after some research I found out that laughing is an outlet for anxiety. You remember the Aviator, he's up there in the plane and they are asking him to come down because he doesn't have much gasoline, but he continues despite their pleas and seems to get a "kick out of it". ... (11 replies)


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