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02 Aug 2017, 6:52 pm

I have severe OCD and thought we could start a discussion. Who else has it?



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02 Aug 2017, 7:14 pm

Me! I also have a severe case, though I'm working on getting better. :D


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02 Aug 2017, 7:22 pm

StampySquiddyFan wrote:
Me! I also have a severe case, though I'm working on getting better. :D

Best of wishes, I found socializing helps.



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02 Aug 2017, 7:36 pm

BettaPonic wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:
Me! I also have a severe case, though I'm working on getting better. :D

Best of wishes, I found socializing helps.


I'm around my parents 24/7, so I hope that will help some! What "sub-type" of OCD are you struggling with at the moment?


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02 Aug 2017, 8:11 pm

StampySquiddyFan wrote:
BettaPonic wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:
Me! I also have a severe case, though I'm working on getting better. :D

Best of wishes, I found socializing helps.


I'm around my parents 24/7, so I hope that will help some! What "sub-type" of OCD are you struggling with at the moment?

My therapist said I scored high in all areas. I already had a diagnosis. He gave me some test and said I scored high in all areas. I had my psychiatrist say he already knew I had severe OCD.



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02 Aug 2017, 8:19 pm

BettaPonic wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:
BettaPonic wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:
Me! I also have a severe case, though I'm working on getting better. :D

Best of wishes, I found socializing helps.


I'm around my parents 24/7, so I hope that will help some! What "sub-type" of OCD are you struggling with at the moment?

My therapist said I scored high in all areas. I already had a diagnosis. He gave me some test and said I scored high in all areas. I had my psychiatrist say he already knew I had severe OCD.


Yeah, it's pretty obvious for me too. My current "sub-types" include "just-right" OCD, magical thinking, and "Schiz OCD" (debilitating fear of schizophrenia). OCD sucks lol :D .


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02 Aug 2017, 8:28 pm

I have moderate OCD according to a website, however, I haven't been diagnosed yet.



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02 Aug 2017, 8:29 pm

StampySquiddyFan wrote:
BettaPonic wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:
BettaPonic wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:
Me! I also have a severe case, though I'm working on getting better. :D

Best of wishes, I found socializing helps.


I'm around my parents 24/7, so I hope that will help some! What "sub-type" of OCD are you struggling with at the moment?

My therapist said I scored high in all areas. I already had a diagnosis. He gave me some test and said I scored high in all areas. I had my psychiatrist say he already knew I had severe OCD.


Yeah, it's pretty obvious for me too. My current "sub-types" include "just-right" OCD, magical thinking, and "Schiz OCD" (debilitating fear of schizophrenia). OCD sucks lol :D .

It used to be almost impossible for me to touch food. I would wash my hands three times and hold them high up. I have a terrible fear that I don't really have mental illness and am secretly faking it without knowing it.



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02 Aug 2017, 8:31 pm

tunlaW_ wrote:
I have moderate OCD according to a website, however, I haven't been diagnosed yet.

Do you have access to mental health help?



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02 Aug 2017, 8:37 pm

StampySquiddyFan wrote:

Yeah, it's pretty obvious for me too. My current "sub-types" include "just-right" OCD, magical thinking, and "Schiz OCD" (debilitating fear of schizophrenia). OCD sucks lol :D .


I've had what I think is "Schiz OCD" for about 26 years now ( despite being told multiple times by professionals I don't have it ) although in the last year I couldn't give a stuff if I have it as long as I know :D


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02 Aug 2017, 8:38 pm

BettaPonic wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:
BettaPonic wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:
BettaPonic wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:
Me! I also have a severe case, though I'm working on getting better. :D

Best of wishes, I found socializing helps.


I'm around my parents 24/7, so I hope that will help some! What "sub-type" of OCD are you struggling with at the moment?

My therapist said I scored high in all areas. I already had a diagnosis. He gave me some test and said I scored high in all areas. I had my psychiatrist say he already knew I had severe OCD.


Yeah, it's pretty obvious for me too. My current "sub-types" include "just-right" OCD, magical thinking, and "Schiz OCD" (debilitating fear of schizophrenia). OCD sucks lol :D .

It used to be almost impossible for me to touch food. I would wash my hands three times and hold them high up. I have a terrible fear that I don't really have mental illness and am secretly faking it without knowing it.


Yeah. OCD can seriously ruin one's life. How are you doing currently?


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02 Aug 2017, 8:41 pm

SaveFerris wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:

Yeah, it's pretty obvious for me too. My current "sub-types" include "just-right" OCD, magical thinking, and "Schiz OCD" (debilitating fear of schizophrenia). OCD sucks lol :D .


I've had what I think is "Schiz OCD" for about 26 years now ( despite being told multiple times by professionals I don't have it ) although in the last year I couldn't give a stuff if I have it as long as I know :D


Yup, I've been told by everybody I don't have it, but I can't convince myself I don't!

Here's the best article I've found describing it: https://robertlindsay.wordpress.com/201 ... schiz-ocd/ I hope this helps.


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02 Aug 2017, 8:59 pm

StampySquiddyFan wrote:
BettaPonic wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:
BettaPonic wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:
BettaPonic wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:
Me! I also have a severe case, though I'm working on getting better. :D

Best of wishes, I found socializing helps.


I'm around my parents 24/7, so I hope that will help some! What "sub-type" of OCD are you struggling with at the moment?

My therapist said I scored high in all areas. I already had a diagnosis. He gave me some test and said I scored high in all areas. I had my psychiatrist say he already knew I had severe OCD.


Yeah, it's pretty obvious for me too. My current "sub-types" include "just-right" OCD, magical thinking, and "Schiz OCD" (debilitating fear of schizophrenia). OCD sucks lol :D .

It used to be almost impossible for me to touch food. I would wash my hands three times and hold them high up. I have a terrible fear that I don't really have mental illness and am secretly faking it without knowing it.


Yeah. OCD can seriously ruin one's life. How are you doing currently?

Overall good, you? I developed this thing where I mumble Alex jones level crazy. I got a social life a few weeks ago.



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02 Aug 2017, 9:06 pm

BettaPonic wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:
BettaPonic wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:
BettaPonic wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:
BettaPonic wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:
Me! I also have a severe case, though I'm working on getting better. :D

Best of wishes, I found socializing helps.


I'm around my parents 24/7, so I hope that will help some! What "sub-type" of OCD are you struggling with at the moment?

My therapist said I scored high in all areas. I already had a diagnosis. He gave me some test and said I scored high in all areas. I had my psychiatrist say he already knew I had severe OCD.


Yeah, it's pretty obvious for me too. My current "sub-types" include "just-right" OCD, magical thinking, and "Schiz OCD" (debilitating fear of schizophrenia). OCD sucks lol :D .

It used to be almost impossible for me to touch food. I would wash my hands three times and hold them high up. I have a terrible fear that I don't really have mental illness and am secretly faking it without knowing it.


Yeah. OCD can seriously ruin one's life. How are you doing currently?

Overall good, you? I developed this thing where I mumble Alex jones level crazy. I got a social life a few weeks ago.


I haven't got much of a social life, but I am doing alright at the moment. I went through a horrible obsessin today about Schizotypal personality disorder. Oh well...... :D I just have to deal with it and keep fighting.


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02 Aug 2017, 9:21 pm

StampySquiddyFan wrote:
SaveFerris wrote:
StampySquiddyFan wrote:

Yeah, it's pretty obvious for me too. My current "sub-types" include "just-right" OCD, magical thinking, and "Schiz OCD" (debilitating fear of schizophrenia). OCD sucks lol :D .


I've had what I think is "Schiz OCD" for about 26 years now ( despite being told multiple times by professionals I don't have it ) although in the last year I couldn't give a stuff if I have it as long as I know :D


Yup, I've been told by everybody I don't have it, but I can't convince myself I don't!

Here's the best article I've found describing it: https://robertlindsay.wordpress.com/201 ... schiz-ocd/ I hope this helps.


OMG! That explains so freaking much , that was pretty much my life story albeit a few minor changes. thanks StampySquiddyFan :D


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