I have thoughts of hurting my loved ones. I am so scared that I will either go nuts and act on them and hurt them or I am just going to start acting. I have thought about giving my son to his father amd have them move far away to make sure that he is safe from me. My whole family knows about these thoughts and the ocd and say they know I won't act on them but they don't have the feelings and the panic I do. I wish that they would judt go away. I can't take the medication for the ocd due to the fact that I am also bipolar 2 and the ocd meds will make things worse. So my question is without medication what are the odds that people act on the intrusive ocd thoughts? And should I be worried for my son? Is being with me the best for him? This has alawys been my greatest fear. Having my ocd thoughts aganist my kids.
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