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What Types Of Obsessive Thoughts Do Others With OCD Experience?

Post: #11
07-05-2014, 05:51 PM
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I married a man with this disorder, and I think I am a huge challenge for him! I have a touch of OCD, but nothing like the degree to which he does. He even arranged our kitchen in our new house to match the arrangement of his old kitchen. I am such a challenge for him because I am a creature of change. I love to color my hair wild colors, move from one place to another( Like to another State) ect...



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Post: #12
07-05-2014, 07:09 PM
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My sister-in-law says she has OCD, but I don't think so. I think it is her being picky and wanting things her way and no one else's way. She always wants control. However, if you look at her house, it is a disaster! To me, there are no signs of OCD. Nothing has a place, food everywhere, and messy beyond belief. How do you know the signs of OCD and not a control issue?



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Post: #13
04-20-2015, 02:44 AM
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Just like Donna, I guess I'm suffering from mild OCD...
At home, I always make sure that the both shoes faced the same direction.. And I make sure that they are placed by sizes.
And when I'm in college student back then, I always make sure that my books and other stuff inside my bag are organized.
We can't control it. That's who we are. We just want are things and other are definitely arranged.



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Post: #14
04-05-2017, 12:26 PM
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RE: What Types Of Obsessive Thoughts Do Others With OCD Experience?

One of the reasons why this problem siso difficult to cure, is because people can't view their problem fromanother point of view. I had Obsessive Compulsive Disorder for morethan ten years, I asked myself a lot how to cure OCD, and at the end,I discovered than it all boils down to be able to no to believe ourthoughts. W tend to think than what our minds tell us is always true,but most of times it's not. Thoughts are juste fantasies than createsour unconscious mind, they a dream than we can shoose believe or not.My advice if you want to cure the OCDis to learn to ignore the thoughts than arise on your mind. You haveto understand they are just fantasies, and you are not the one whocreates these stories, they are created by your unconscious mind,and therefore you are not responsible of the nature of your thoughts,because is your unconscious who creates them, not you. You are justthe consciousness who observes them.



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