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- 507d ago
I don't have the same thing but my ocd does the same to my obsession. When i manage to finally accept it, it shows me a new way about why I shouldn't 🙂Really sucks
Yeah, it can be hard to beat OCD when it keeps changing the rules of the game.
Yes, tell yourself your worst fear over and over as a maybe, maybe not statement and then don’t do any kind of figuring out or checking. Over time you will see that nobody is perfect and we would all do things differently now. And it does not matter what your partner has done in the past it has nothing to do with you and predicts nothing
It’s a little different than that. I’m mostly asking about how to deal with the certainty of the past rather than the uncertainty of the future. I’m in ERP therapy right now so I’m familiar with the latter. I also have a bad rumination compulsion so the “challenging beliefs” approach is usually not very helpful for me (I already challenge my beliefs compulsively as part of my existential themes).
@CaptainKierkegaard I understand, I also have real event. Mine usually makes me feel like it means I’m a horrible person or others would leave me if they knew. I tell myself maybe it’s true and maybe it’s not