Yes. It is a strange feeling when you can’t identify what is real from what is brought on by OCD. Just remind yourself that you trust yourself and you don’t need any answers right now. That’s what I do and it helps most of the time!
Don’t worry about it, if you’ve been trying to recover from OCD then this happens and it’ll try sneak it’s way back in by giving the person these types of questions/thoughts that you’ve got now.
All I know is that I get unwanted intrusive thoughts too...it sucks but you're not alone
I've also kind of been struggling with some borderline depersonalization issues, and I too was wondering if it was related to OCD. It's a weird disconnect.
Still going on, really don’t know what’s happening. In theory my intrusive thoughts not causing me to react should be a good thing but it’s not. Something just feels really off.
That’s the OCD trying to creep back in. The thoughts not causing you to react is a good thing.
@J6 I guess so. I think what’s happening is my OCD is trying to convince me that if I’m not reacting then that means it’s true. I think that’s what stressing me out
@Anony Yeah that’s what OCD tends to do as it loses its grip on you. Just don’t listen to what it’s saying and keep ignoring the compulsions.
@J6 I’ll do my best
@Anony Good luck. Once you get over this hurdle everything will be easier!!