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... My goodness! Are our sons twins? ... (98 replies)
... Hi, Dont you think you have seen my recent post so thought I would just cut and past my post as a reply to yours. I totally sympathise with what you are going through. I just cant get out of this negative pattern of thinking bad things about my husband of 16 years. ... (24 replies)

... ll find the support you need here. As you already stated in your post there are a lot of us out there who know exactly how you feel. ... (1 replies)
... First off, great choice of a nickname here becuase I don't know of anyone that would want OCD. I've read some posts by people that are fascinated by their OCD and think it's "cute", and "quirky", but not me. ... (4 replies)
... trust in relationships. I'm in my 40's and it took me this long to realize how much OCD can negatively affect a relationship. The term ROCD is new to me, but I think it may be exactly what is going on with me. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Luzy. I have tell you it gets easier. I have OCD and I have gone through two, very painful break ups. I do have to say having OCD can make breakups harder, in fact I posted awhile back on the very subject. However, like I said before, there is a light at the end of the tunnel. ... (2 replies)
Relationship OCD
Apr 23, 2011
... I am new to this board and have ready with absolute relief and happiness that there is such a condition called Relationship OCD. ... (0 replies)
... now Im going to start with the meds, and why they are given.....Meds is short for medicine...meaning this is not a psychological problem..... ... (3 replies)
... Anyway my first ritual was to go to the toilet before going to sleep, every night. My mum thought I had bladder problems because I would go very often and it would never be enough. ... (2 replies)
... wowzers, I think OCD is best considered to be thought life, not as something apart from us over which we have no control. I don't believe we can control emotions. Being human we feel what we feel. ... (2 replies)
OCD out of control
Jul 14, 2013
... I am a 28 year old and I am here because my OCD is getting worse and worse and I am desperate. ... (0 replies)
... I just want to say that I have had major issues with OCD throughout my life. I didn't know what was wrong with me until when I was fourteen and started to research it on my own. ... (4 replies)
... deal with this obsession. Religion, contamination, sexual, and cheating obsessions are very common to people that have OCD. ... (4 replies)
Re: Is this OCD?
Sep 28, 2006
... So nice to always hear from you! I look forward to reading your posts and I appreciate your support and friendship. It is hard to talk to others who don't experience what we have gone through. ... (43 replies)
Did you beat OCD ?
Aug 22, 2004
... s and OCD usually even higher doses of drugs are required than for depression. ... (18 replies)
... tiful person ever, she is an amazing person, smart, caring, very loving, affection that blew my mind, she loves me and has only ever shown me love, but im unable to feel the same way when i dont know why i cant.. ... (15 replies)
... Hello all, I'm new to this board... ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for taking the time to read this. ... (12 replies)
... Just because you had to leave the Halloween store because you felt anxious doesn't mean you lost or you're weak. All of us on the board have OCD moments and sometimes you win and sometimes you don't but you want to be a winner don't you? ... (15 replies)

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