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I have a ocd problem I don't know what to do

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For the last two 2 months going everyday I repeat the same word "i wish" all the times I can't stop saying it.and it ruining my life I have bad wishes about people myself my kids my family and strangers.plz help me.

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Hi Hernah that's not you it's the, have you seen your GP about this? It's horrible do you take any meds? Xx

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Hernah in reply to Mydogb

What's gp?and no I don't take any meds

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Mydogb in reply to Hernah

A GP is your doctor

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Hernah in reply to Mydogb

No.i see a therapist will they help me?

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Mydogb in reply to Hernah

It's good you see a therapist, yes your doctor can also help they might give you some meds to help you along the way but if you wanna do it all on own with out the meds you can like I do I use kalms day they work well to calm you down you can get them in the shops

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Hernah in reply to Mydogb

What are kalms?

Do consider taking meds. They can help to dampen down the OCD and make the CBT exercises easier.

It's clear that your 'bad wishes' about your family and other people aren't meant, or you wouldn't feel so awful about them. The thing with OCD is that while that weird and even cruel and horrible thoughts float in and out of just about everyone's mind, with OCD they become sticky and instead of floating out again they stay in your mind. They do that because you attach meaning to them, when in truth they really don't mean anything.

One technique that therapists use is to write on a piece of paper some really horrible 'bad wishes' about their own nearest and dearest. Obviously they don't mean it! They do it to prove that you can have such bad thoughts and they can mean nothing.

It's only because you care that these thoughts are so upsetting. I'm afraid that OCD likes to target what means most to us, and what we care most about, such as our families.

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