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      I’m having what I think are exactly like classic OCD thoughts. I keep having this thought that what if its not ocd or I get the wrong therapy and then regret it, or convince myself I’m not getting better and and its really sticking in my head. I think is because I’ve mental health problems in my past and a lot of trouble accepting my ocd. Since this thought arrived I’ve been finding it anxiety inducing and I’m scared I’ll suddenly feel like not me which leads me to avoid getting help, and makes it worse. I have found myself dissociating but then my mind convinces me this is just OCD. I just keep ruminating about the past, and getting pretty anxious. It’s a vicious cycle. When I think about ocd it just feels awful and like makes me really upset so I’m pretty sure this is another ocd thought. I have no idea how to stop this


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