I have these obsessions that ive been battling with over the years. ive tried to ask doctors if its ocd but havent ever ecieved a clear response. i thought maybe someone on here could help me. ok, first one. ill go to the grocery store and fill my cart. then ill start to obsess on if im buying to many things. and, ok i know this is going to sound wierd but bare with me. ill walk around the store wait till nobodies looking and put half of the things back. and then start getting paranoid and sometimes just try to get out of there as fast as possible. also i have a problem doing most things in moderation. alcahol, substances, food. pretty much annything like that. also ill obsess over my social behaviors. and the thing is for the most part i dont really care if im wierd around people. its more that i see myself saying something and i cant get off of that one thing. and this happens all the time with alot of things. i guess i cant stop thinking about things. io can find away to obsess about somthing as simple as a peice of lint in my pocket. thne go home and clean out all the pockets to my pants. things like that. and its almost everything that gets handled that way, is this ocd? and if so. is there medications i can ask my doctor about? and what can i do to make myself at least behave this way on a smaller level?
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