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Coping With Stress When You Have OCD
But if you suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder OCD , obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors become so consuming they interfere with your daily life. OCD is an anxiety disorder characterized by uncontrollable, unwanted thoughts and ritualized, repetitive behaviors you feel compelled to perform. If you have OCD, you probably recognize that your obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors are irrational—but even so, you feel unable to resist them and break free. Like a needle getting stuck on an old record, OCD causes the brain to get stuck on a particular thought or urge. You may try to avoid situations that trigger or worsen your symptoms or self-medicate with alcohol or drugs. Obsessions are involuntary thoughts, images, or impulses that occur over and over again in your mind. Unfortunately, these obsessive thoughts are often disturbing and distracting.
OCD only reports on feared consequences that are important to a person. What if I lose control and harm my children or students. What I tell them is that somewhere within an obsession is the flip side of a core value. If OCD taunts you with images and thoughts about offending god, then religion must be important to you. If OCD reviews all the ways your family could be hurt, then your family is clearly one of your top priorities. There is checklist of common intrusive thoughts that I find helpful to share with my patients.