I know that O.C.D. is a chemical imbalance in the brain, but my question/problem is what causes us to do/think the way we do? In my case, why is it absolutely imperative that I put certain things in certain places? What exactly made me have such horrible thoughts? Are there underlying fears at the root of our O.C.D.? Do we feel that doing/thinking things will automatically make these fears disappear or are we caught in a vicious cycle? Why does everyone who has O.C.D. have bad/negative thoughts? What exactly is going on inside of our brains? Lately I've been thinking alot about this & for some reason I need to have some closure because I feel that my O.C.D. is staring to get worse. Does anyone else ever think about this? Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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