- Date posted
- 559d ago
I worried about something similar, for a time. What I learned is that worrying that you don't have ocd is a part of ocd. My fear and intrusive thoughts would suddenly vanish when I thought about getting help, then would come back slowly when I convinced myself everything was fine. Don't trust it. Get help, you won't regret it.
You better ask your therapist about this
Yes, this is also a good thing to talk about with your therapist.
@sleepy💤 Yes... hey i want a little help
@hardev What's up?
I don’t have a therapist yet though
@random_person Definitely get one. Ocd doesn't just go away like it wants you to believe. Don't let it trick you!
@sleepy💤 Do you still think I should get one after reading everything I wrote ?
@random_person Absolutely! Sorry for the late response, btw!
I struggle with this and I'm in therapy. XD
I know this exact feeling word for word. You may not be able to understand your triggers but they are there! You will figure out the general theme of them and what your fears are associated around. (Why you think you’re a bad person.) if you’re putting so much thought into all of your fears it’s most likely OCD. Some days I feel like I never had OCD and I made it all up because I’m a terrible person. Then some days I’m like “Okay I definitely have OCD” it’s all apart of it. We aren’t terrible people we are just so afraid of being terrible people.
Thankyou for replying everyone! It’s giving me a bit of hope going through this is really difficult and draining