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... Sorry to hear the you are struggling Rick. It sounds like you are acutely aware of your OCD and you want to get better, both very important steps. ... (1 replies)
... First, a brief summary, OCD is an anxiety disorder, sufferers of OCD find ourselves plagued with intrusive troubling thoughts that we just can't seem to shake no matter how hard we try. ... (1 replies)
... to make a real difference. If you can find someone who specializes in treating OCD you'll be better off than just seeing a random therapist. ... (3 replies)

... ith them as they arise. Most people do not undergo what we do as far as negative thinking is concerned. So their must be some physiological difference between an ocd sufferer and a 'normal' person. ... (8 replies)
... Medication is NOT the answer to everything. Although brain chemicals are involved in all mental illnesses, much of OCD is habitual. ... (16 replies)
... I don't think you "cure" OCD as much as maybe learn to "manage" it. From what I've learned of OCD, it is chronic and therefore, maybe the first step is to acknowledge that. ... (5 replies)
... r brain were to take the medication, wouldn't it be a bad thing. Couldn't it actually make things worst. He told me no, wouldn't do anything. I don't like people treating me as if I am stupid, and that's just what he did as far as I'm concerned. ... (2 replies)




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