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      I don’t think people like me because I have OCD. I really want to not be bothered if people like me or not. I do aim to be the person I want to be. But if people don’t like me, what’s the point of that?


        I got beyond bothering if people dislike me if their dislike is based on me having OCD. But I guess you could try to educate them.

        Also though, do make sure that it’s not just your idea that they dislike you. We can all be mistaken.

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