When I was seventeen I got this really terrible obsession, and it was what started to make me realize I had OCD. I let my thoughts spiral so out of control and snowball, I'll let myself believe anything. Like, I don't want to say it, but I *TRULY* doubted when I was 17 whether I did this really terrible thing when I knew, well, I wouldn't actually doubt if I did it! I argued with my thoughts all the time and then I talked to my family and a counselor, the obsession went away, but today I've been feeling really anxious. I had a lot of caffeine and just a little stressed and the obsession came back again. Does this happen to anybody else? Also, how do you guys cope with it? I find talking with my family and, of all things, playing video games (!), meditating, and just listening to relaxing music helps gets my mind off of it. Wow...just writing this all down has made me feel better. Anybody else?
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