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  1. Anna
    Anna at |

    I see my link has been deleted from my original comment. Just look at any DSM definition of OCDR criteria, and you will see how sexual and/or violent obsessions are not as commonplace as the author purports.

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    1. John
      John at |

      Clearly you want to distinguish and defend your own views on this condition.

      Unfortunately, you are wrong, as I have my own experiences and I don’t see a lot in this list that is erroneous. It seems you have your own view and seek to define your own definition at odds with other people who DO experience some of these symptoms. Did you not read that the author also has the condition? Or did you want to tell them theyre wrong..

      Good article, I am glad someone online has spoken up about it. I’m tired of people saying “i’m so OCD” (I’m also tired of people telling others are wrong for their own experiences, maybe they should stop trying to be a special snowflake.)

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  2. Elizabeth López
    Elizabeth López at |

    I Thank you for your article. Every thing that is written is everything I experience with ocd, including violent and sexual thoughts… And over-obsessing to death!

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  3. Maegan Jones
    Maegan Jones at |

    Hi Gregory,

    First off, I came across your site and wanted to say thanks for providing a great OCD resource to the community.

    I thought you might find this infographic interesting, as it shows detailed information about the social signs of OCD to look for, and has proved to be a great hit with our readers: [Link deleted]

    Naturally, I’d be delighted if you share this embeddable graphic on [Link deleted], and/or share it with your followers on social. Either way, keep up the great work Gregory!

    All the best,
    Maegan

    Maegan Jones | Content Coordinator
    Healthline
    Your most trusted ally in pursuit of health and well-being

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