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... Are you supposed to be relieved for a day to be over if your in love? ... (7 replies)
... i should have tried harder to not obsess over it so much that i allowed myself to start pretending what it would be like to here voices.. ... (2 replies)
... s were small for a guy. This was about 20 years go, and everyday since my mind is always focusing on my hands and trying to hide them so no one will notice. Many people tell me my hands are normal in size but of course with OCD the only person who's opinion counts was that former co worker who said they were small. ... (6 replies)

... It's important to understand that anxiety and OCD take many different forms. As far as OCD, some people are obsessed with germs, others are obsessed with their body parts, and others like yourself are obsessed with health related issues. ... (4 replies)
Is it possible?
Aug 12, 2006
... When I am obsessing over mental illness, its almost like I'm looking at myself inside my head, and analyzing all my thoughts. I am analyzing the obsession. ... (2 replies)
OCD & Disease
Oct 15, 2005
... Hey, the more you worry over this the more you are GOING to get symptoms, its called pschosomatic i think, something like that anyway!! ... (77 replies)
... as society sees these people. I know mental illness is an extremely wide spectrum, but at what point does it become alarming? ... (1 replies)
... Obsessing over people is also a common OCD trait, as well as scanning appearances, although again Im not a doc. ... (12 replies)
... m about this. I believe it will help. With us it did. If your Pastor does not seem to understand then I have a TRUE story about a Pastor who was very hard on his people for coming to him with depression. He always told them that they "needed more faith" or that "they need to read the Bible more" or that "it was just the enemy". ... (98 replies)
... I've even had visions in my dreams of hell, fire, and even falling into flames. When I have these dreams, I can sort of rationalise them as my anxious mind obsessing over my fears. You worry about zombies, you'll dream about zombies. ... (5 replies)
OCD & Disease
Oct 19, 2005
... Well of course i have it and all the symptoms! I'm really bad with germs and illness too. In the news here in the UK recently it said something like 400,000 people have Hepatitis C and do not know about it, so of course i have got to be one of these people too. HIV is on my mind all day every day. ... (77 replies)
Health obsession
Jan 19, 2006
... I'm sure you'll find LOTS of people here that suffer the same. I am 26 years old and I am one of them, and yes the answer to your question is yes, the mind is a very powerful thing. ... (4 replies)
... a weird situation and I feel bad that I'm talking to you about it and not him but I don't want to upset him..I keep thinking that he would get sick thinking and obsessing over it? ... (14 replies)
Need help!
Oct 25, 2003
... l expressions, how i stood, held my arms, what and how i said things. Always wondering what they thought of me and what i was saying. What was even worse was the obsessing i would do after. ... (8 replies)
... hering me. It sounds like this may have been the case for you when you found the lump in your breast. You were under a great deal of stress but channeled it into obsessing about something else. ... (10 replies)
... n I will go to hell and be damned forever, etc. etc. You can write paragraphs! In fact, the more you write, the better! You then would read or listen to this OVER AND OVER. Maybe for a few hours each day for a weeks or months. If the thoughts come back, you simply do the exercise again. ... (11 replies)
... Hi, thanks for responding, I can understand about having one obsession and then wanting it to go to another one to get rid of the one your obsessing on. I think for me the worst one is the religious thoughts..they cause me the most pain and suffering I have felt from OCD. ... (14 replies)

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