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i think it’s okay to diagnose yourself with ocd as long as youre serious about it and do a fair amount of research! also i’m sorry your mother is like that, that isn’t fair of her at all and you deserve better. 

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i don’t know your fiance so i can’t say for sure whether you should tell him, but i do think that if he’s open minded and has an understanding of how ocd works, he Should understand that having pocd doesn’t make you a dangerous person. 

would telling him about your pocd make you feel more comfortable or make it easier for him to help you? you dont necessarily Have to tell him about your pocd if you dont want to, but if you think it’ll help you, i don’t think you should bottle it up. 

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ablogaboutgodandlove:

Some reminders for mentally ill Christians: 

- Your illness is not a sin.

- Your illness is not a punishment by God.

- Prayer is powerful and good but please don’t believe that you need to pray instead of getting professional help. Pray and take your medication. Pray and go to your therapist/doctor.  

- God gave us medication and therapy (He led humans to inventing it). Using it is not “going against Gods plan”, it’s using the resources God provided for us. 

That last should be in bold and letters ten feet tall. 

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its okay, youre not an attention seeker, you’re just trying to understand what’s going on. what you’re describing kind of sounds like hypochondria, which is its own mental illness, but its really similar to ocd and its not uncommon for people to have both. however i cant say for sure that you have hypochondria OR ocd because im not a therapist, but it does sound like what you are describing so i would suggest asking a therapist or doctor about it if you’re able to 

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yes, its possible those could be signs of ocd, but they could also be signs of other anxiety disorders too! so i cant say for sure if this means you have ocd, but it definitely could be symptoms of it 

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hmm, i’m not really sure of this? i’ve never heard of that being an ocd thing, maybe one of my followers will have some suggestions? 

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Yes, you absolutely can!

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