... I've had good therapists, but I would love to be able to talk to some people who have experienced what I have, or even just people who have OCD in general! Thanks a lot. By the way, I'm 18, so if this obsession seems very "high school", well, yeah.... ... (0 replies)
... I have a quick question, I know about OCD, but what is ROCD? ... (1 replies)
... What is ROCD? ... (2 replies)
... Its so tough to know what the "right" decision is. I have been married to my husband for 11 years this month and I have wanted to leave him every month for our entire marriage. ... (6 replies)
... I am really not sure what is wrong with me, but I know it's not right. I came across ROCD, and the more I learn about it the more I wonder if its why I am, the way I am. ... (4 replies)
... It's an acronym for Relationship OCD...In other words, obsessing about whether or not you really love the person you're with, whether you should be with them, feeling like a blank slate when it comes to them, wondering if someone else would be better for you, wondering if you should've left your ex...
On and on and on...
Hope that helps. :)
Char (9 replies)
... what is rocd? ... (9 replies)
... younger and when i met him for 2.5 years ago i was such soo happy that this happend to me. That a guy like he chooses me to be with. I couldnt believe that this is true, and i was immediately in love with him after our first date. But somehow since im together with him im struggling and suffering again and again.. ... (1 replies)
... slowly recovering i would get bad setbacks when stress in life would happen and i would spiral into this depersonalization state and pure o thoughts about 'what is life? ... (0 replies)
... What exactly are your thoughts surrounding your wife. Since you have been together so long, did you have these thoughts earlier in the relationship or is this something new? ... (11 replies)
... This is so much like my situation! ... (3 replies)
... s having was called ROCD, I figured it was just doubts that I am with the wrong person, but since I have been reading all of these boards I have realized that it is what I have! ... (4 replies)
... Yes, i definitely panic, and at its worst I have crying fits where I am shaking all over.
I really hope the medication will help you too. I know how difficult the PTSD can be. My ex-boyfriend suffered with PTSD and bi-polar disorder. I think that my roots of OCD began when I dated him, but I never realized it as being a problem because his issues were so large.
I am so... (4 replies)
... Well, this sounds exactly like what I'm going through at the moment and I know that I have OCD or ROCD. ... (4 replies)
... I don't lie anymore, because I'm a bad liar. But sometime he wants me to admit i was lying even I never said such thing. I don't know what to do anymore, i know it's my fault I broke his trust on me. I always pray to God to help me. ... (6 replies)
... position as the original poster, I've been back with my bf for a few months and it's been really difficult for me, part of it is that he doesnt fully understand what is going on, i'm not taking a new approach and trying medication, I was just wondering what your bf did to help you understand? ... (9 replies)
... I am in a relationship with a sufferer of Severe ROCD and Depression, and i'm writing to offer some advice from being the other side of the wall. ... (9 replies)
... with her, you'd know. It's normal for people to question their relationships. But people with OCD take these questions seriously and they worry over them. Which is exactly what is going on with you. You took a thought and applied significance to it. This is the definition of OCD. ... (15 replies)
... and I couldn't do that to him, but now I am freaking out and feeling stupidly guilty about what I said and how I felt. Even more so as I was actually having loads of fun with this guy. ... (0 replies)
... ferent. I'm real sorry about that i didnt mean to be rude at all. Thank you for your advice and time. Sometimes do you wish you could just go back in time to see what really happened. ... (4 replies)