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Am I having OCD?

Discussion in 'Community Off Topic' started by alma, Aug 10, 2018.

  1. alma

    alma Newcomer

    I am not sure but I guess It's OCD. I love listening to melody songs very much. I love listening to music while I work. It keeps me calm and relaxed. A few weeks ago, I listened to some lonely songs. At first, I enjoyed it a lot. After I get used to it, I stopped listening to it. Even after I stopped listening to such songs, it just kept on playing in my mind. I kept on humming those songs. I think the lyrics must have pierced deep into my heart. I couldn't resist myself and I started listening to them again. Now I understand that how badly it affected my emotions. It has developed some kind of anxieties and tensions in me. I am worried that I might be alone in my life. My condition has become similar to the lyrics of those songs. The thoughts of loneliness are haunting me every day. It feels like I need someone beside me. I was not like this before. I was totally an independent and private person. I want to get rid of these kinds of unwanted thoughts. I don't want to lonely songs but I still keep on listening to them. One my friend suggested me to take treatment from obsessive compulsive disorder clinic in Toronto and I have decided to contact them. Have you ever had a similar situation as me? If so how did you resolve it?
  2. mugwump

    mugwump Peer Supporter

  3. Delton3

    Delton3 Newcomer

    There have some good natural treatment to recover depression. You can try for "Kratom" from 'The Golden Monk'. Helps to recover from Pain and Depression.

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