Ive woken up this morning & am STILL plagued by what I believe is OCD, I have posted here before but have not really had many replies, whether if thats because not many are relating to my issue or if its just been quiet here.
My story is, im 40, married with no children, my husband is aware I think I may have OCD but he doesnt know the details as I just cant bring myself to tell him, not that he wouldnt be supportive, its just such a delicate subject that I just cant tell him, I cant go into details & just cant tell him im afraid that I might do something.
Hi, im new here, but have found your forum so helpful, so before I start, id like to say thank you.
I have not been officially diagnosed with OCD but im pretty convinced I have it, started about 10 or 15 years ago, im 40 now. Im a female, married almost 10 years.
I feel at breaking point but have read so much about OCD that I think Im feeling better knowing there are others out there similar to me.
I suffer with ocd, depression, anxiety & rumination, I am in a happy, loving marriage, have been for 7 year's, a few months ago we went through a slight rut, at this time I was facebook messaging via private messenger a man that I had met when I was with my husband at a concert, my facebook has since been permanently deleted as it didnt work properly, I am now racked with guilt that these messages were flirty as I cannot retrieve them to see, the last message I recall him sending was ' I wish I could look after you but I cant ' because I had been poorly for months, I know that when we s
I have just come accross this thread, I feel terrible as I was texting another man, it turned flirty & I felt terrible, I dont talk to him anymore as I love my partner dearly & would never cheat on him, but is this classed as an action, that ive acted on being flirty, I feel so so guilty
I suffer also with ocd & rumination, I am in a happy, loving marriage, have been for 3 years, a few months ago we went through a slight rut, at this time I was facebook messaging via private messenger a man that I had met when I was with my husband at a concert, my facebook has since been permanentl