Living Life

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Life is never what you think, behind closed doors, doing things many hours a day, the feeling that you could lose control again at any minute. The way my life goes one minute all is great and the next all is scary, horrible and time consuming. This is the life of OCD the way it makes you feel, the anxiety it causes and the way we are. I was Diagnosed with OCD at age 12, … The Story Continues…

Melissa’s Story

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My obsession is so difficult to describe. My brain sees the obsession as a logical solution to a problem that it imagines. If i say a certain phrase, touch certain objects, do certain things that in the past has maybe preceded a negative event, my brain tells me i have to fix what i have just done/said or another negative event will occur. Its one of those screwed if you do screwed if you don’t … The Story Continues…

Hillary’s OCD Story

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I think it was approximately1989 when I first experienced OCD behavior.I didn’t recognize it as such but now, thinking back, it was OCD. I worked in a pizza store and was put in charge of closing the place down at night.I found myself checking the ovens the locks, the safe and All appliances(even the refrigerator doors) several times over. This was very aggravating for the person closing w/me but VERY embarrassing for me, but I … The Story Continues…