I have recently relapsed and everything I read and my counselor tells me to not resist the intrusive and horrid thoughts I get. For some reason, the thoughts are wrapped around my two daughters. They say just don't stop the thoughts and let them run. I try really hard not to resist and so I will then say, "go ahead" give it all you got. That is the key to recovery is to show yourself there is no threat with these thoughts and that they are just OCD thoughts. So, when I say have at it horrible thoughts come like I'm not even going to mention. Are they still OCD spikes even though I called them forward? They say to do that and when I do, it makes things worse. I'm trying to desensitize and I still worry that it's not OCD.
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