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  1. Ozzy47

    Pure Obsessional OCD and How To Beat It

    By Lindsay Scribner With Pure Obsessional OCD you basically suffer from intrusive thoughts the most of anything else. With most sub-types you have physical compulsions you deal with to counteract the obsessions/intrusive thoughts you have. Compulsions that can be seen by others at some point...
  2. Ozzy47

    Are They Real? Breaking Free From Scary Intrusive Thoughts That Drive Anxiety

    I have to guess as to what you really, exactly mean but I'm going to presume you mean something along the lines of 'do they mean anything? Or 'are they true'? Or 'Is this who I really am?' In that context, NO, the thoughts are not real. They are just thoughts that have no real meaning on any...
  3. Ozzy47

    Anxiety Disorders - What Is It?

    Everyone has fear, and is a necessary component of survival. When presented with danger in the environment, a person will have a physiological reaction where adrenaline is released into the bloodstream. Adrenaline is a fear-response hormone which causes several physical changes in the body...
  4. loneliness

    I have OCD

    I don't have it as bad as other people, as in it doesn't completely interfere with every aspect of my life. I hand wash excessively (without realizing I'm doing it) it's usually if I feel like my hands have been 'contaminated', which is a long list. I have checking OCD which means that I count...
  5. Littlelady76

    So low

    Since I have woken this morning I feel very low but with lots of energy. I am 4 weeks in on my medication. I haven't had negative thoughts for 4 weeks, but today I have stayed in my room. I dont think these tablets are lifting my spirits. Mind battles alday today. 😔
  6. Uncertainty

    Trigger warning ⚠️ thoughts

    Anyone else s head thinks the way mine does. Someone passes away, my head tells me it should of been me .that person was loved and well known where as I'm not. Then thoughts /voices they don't like u They plotting something so u left with nothing. U going be a lonely old woman n die...
  7. S

    Depression struggle

    Really struggling with depression does anyone relate?
  8. LostHope

    These feelings are to much

    All these constant thoughts and feelings that im not good enough that im a burden. That I'm just a waste of space and noone wants me. I know where some of it stems from my so called parents and there words scarred me. It gets very overwhelming and to much. I have no idea how to deal with all...
  9. M

    Advice

    For a while now i have been having the urge to hurt someone or myself !!. I could just be chatting with a friend and this thought in my head comes in to punch them for no reason or a person walking by for no reason i just want to punch them !! I quickly take my mind away from it.. Yesterday i...
  10. Catsmother

    Information about Schizophrenia

    Schizophrenia is a severe long-term mental health condition. It causes a range of different psychological symptoms. Doctors often describe schizophrenia as a type of psychosis. This means the person may not always be able to distinguish their own thoughts and ideas from reality. Symptoms of...
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