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How to overcoem the thoughts of OCD

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  • Posted By: akanksha
  • March 19, 2013
  • 06:14 AM

This is difficult to overcome the importunate thoughts of OCD . However it is not an impossible task to fight ocd . There are many thoughts come into our mind which feels like they are holding a grip on us . This is just in our mind whether to make a problem a big one or to find a solution for the same. Try to analyse the problem first than holding onto it and keeping it affect you for long. When you start to recover you’ll notice a decrease in anxiety. This does not mean you’ve become your fear. It simply means you’re starting to understand the thoughts are not threatening

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  • What about repetitive thoughts that one has said or written something inappropriate, such as swearing at ones employer or writing hate-filled letters to a friend?!!!!! I know I would never do anything like that but I have intrusive thoughts and it feels like my mind created the thought and my mind created a false memory that my mind blanked out and I wrote an innapropriate letter about my roomate and put the letter in his computer desk , but I know deep down inside I never went thru his computer desk to hide a letter and I know that I have control of myself and I know it didn't happen. But I guess the intrusive thoughts and pure o is making me feel like I did , and I'm having a hard time believing what is real and what isn'tPlease I need advice and feedback
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    • December 9, 2013
    • 10:46 PM
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