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      When I went for help for bdd, advice from therapist was just to keep a journal of thoughts and actions related to bdd. If I write down and monitor it, things will get easier and I’ll be able to hate myself less. Is this good or bad advice? Should I tell my parents and friends for support? What should I do?

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        We want to be sure you know you can also look at the OCD Action website, where you’ll find helpful information and resources about conditions related to OCD here: https://ocdaction.org.uk/learn-about-ocd/related-disorders/

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