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      I try to understand my sister’s is not who she is. She’ll have an intrusive thought and then have a panic attack and I try to understand that I that the thought was not really hers but then I don’t understand why she had that feeling. I want to be supportive and try to understand that I she is not her ocd but it is hard.


        All thoughts arise in our own mind stream, but some cause us anxiety as they wlll seem to conflict with what we take our general integrity to be.

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