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      My son has OCD and recently had an intrusive thought about something that he’s ashamed about. He says its to do with details about something he thought he had let go of but it seems that now he’s adding new details to the thought. He seems to be adding new details each time it comes up. I’ve really been trying to just focus on helping him but I have felt so uncomfortable with this all recently. Anyone can relate to this?

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