Yes am there
Can you tell me more so I don't feel this lonely rn
@positivityyyyy I suffer from this horrible thing Rocd is...its like my mind tries to find something bad to blame my husband for. I look for tiny details or even more profound small things to accuse him of things that may or may not have happened. I create my own scenarios, assumptions and some times they feel so true. I believe my Rocd many times and live a nightmare.A few hours ago I had a severe Rocd episode and still feel anxious and trembling...how long is it that you learnt you have it??
@zoed When I learnt about OCD while I was in relationship with my previous boyfriend, I started to catch ROCD symptoms. It was about 2 years ago. But when I really, like really realized what thoughts are ROCD thoughts, it wasn't until maybe few months ago. I have been able to recognize what are ROCD thoughts and that way trying release them, but sometimes I still do struggle a lot and have terrible anxiety from time to time. And it feels so horrible when the thoughts that I have created out of the blue feel so real and then I just cry and my boyfriend asks why and I just can't say that "I think that you do this and this that make me feel sad" BECAUSE I just simply cannot turn off the assuming
@positivityyyyy But I'm learning!
I do it too. Often times I try to find problems with my best friend or my parents or my sister and then try to guilt trip them. The bothersome part is Ik what I'm doing isn't right but I still do it.
Yep! Guilt tripping is awful for yourself and others :/ I do it too but I try to keep it to myself because I recognize that it is ROCD talking in my head
Omg I feel you so much and I'm so sorry we are all going through this but we can make it through!