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Frªñk June 8th, 2004 11:37 AM

Checklist of Common OCD Symptoms
 
For anyone who is unsure about OCD try going here for a checklist of common symptoms.
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Hope this helps. :D

RunAwayMolly July 4th, 2004 04:44 AM

EDIT: my problem... fixed! :P

Frªñk July 10th, 2004 01:07 PM

oops! sorry fixed the link. :D

whoknowswho July 10th, 2004 03:31 PM

;)

Dante December 14th, 2004 04:22 PM

i went on that site, and i checked alot of those things

BelieveInYesterday February 1st, 2005 03:04 PM

Symptom: Need to align objects just so
Symptom: Abnormal concerns about the neatness of one's personal appearance/environment
Symptom: Stashing away useless trash
Symptom: Fear of losing something or discarding something
Symptom: Belief that certain numbers are lucky or unlucky
Symptom: The need to keep doing something until one gets it just right
Symptom: Accumulating useless objects
Symptom: Asking over and over for reassurance
Symptom: Behaviors based on superstitious beliefs
Symptom: The need to touch, tap or rub certain objects repeatedly
Symptom: Counting compulsions
Comments: I have to start walking on my left foot, and stop walking on my right foot

Any body think that this would be OCD?
please help me

RunAwayMolly February 2nd, 2005 07:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BelieveInYesterday
Symptom: Need to align objects just so
Symptom: Abnormal concerns about the neatness of one's personal appearance/environment
Symptom: Stashing away useless trash
Symptom: Fear of losing something or discarding something
Symptom: Belief that certain numbers are lucky or unlucky
Symptom: The need to keep doing something until one gets it just right
Symptom: Accumulating useless objects
Symptom: Asking over and over for reassurance
Symptom: Behaviors based on superstitious beliefs
Symptom: The need to touch, tap or rub certain objects repeatedly
Symptom: Counting compulsions
Comments: I have to start walking on my left foot, and stop walking on my right foot

Any body think that this would be OCD?
please help me


If that many things are bothering you id try and get help before it gets out of hand. I dont want you to end up like me and it sounds like you could and may have ocd.

LiveStrong February 7th, 2005 08:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by imascotty
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Please do not spam. Thanks. :D

Twizted_darkness February 25th, 2005 12:08 AM

Symptom: Unfounded fears of contracting a dreadful illness
Symptom: Obsessions about one's body
Symptom: Abnormal concerns about the neatness of one's personal appearance/environment
Symptom: Stashing away useless trash
Symptom: Fear of losing something or discarding something
Symptom: Fear of molesting a child, despite no desire to do so
Symptom: Repeating routine activities for no logical reason
Symptom: Repeating questions over and over
Symptom: Rewording or rewriting words or phrases
Symptom: Unfounded fears that one has failed to do some routine task
Symptom: Repeated intruding images of violence
Symptom: Belief that certain numbers are lucky or unlucky
Symptom: The need to keep doing something until one gets it just right
Symptom: Accumulating useless objects
Symptom: Repeatedly checking to see if a door is locked or an appliance is turned off
Symptom: Blinking or staring rituals
Symptom: Asking over and over for reassurance
Symptom: The need to ask, tell or confess
Symptom: The need to touch, tap or rub certain objects repeatedly
Symptom: Counting compulsions
Symptom: Excessive list making
Comments: I also chew on my pens and olny use a blue pen to write and chew on.

Hmm that seems like a lot im starting to wonder if i have ODC.

Twizted_darkness February 25th, 2005 12:10 AM

Oh and if i know how to do something and i see anoter who cant do it and i tell them how to do it and they still do it wrong i get like really stressed out. Just because i show them the exact way to do it and they still do it wrong.

Twizted_darkness February 25th, 2005 12:14 AM

And i blink every 2 seconds and if i cant do something just right like put my school books just stright in my backpack and on my desk i start to keep redoing it oveer and over again. Eevn when i get it right.

I need to put this all in one big post. I wonder if i can.

Millermagic June 29th, 2005 07:24 PM

According to that i have OCD.

Symptom: Unfounded fears of contracting a dreadful illness
Symptom: Obsessions about one's body
Symptom: Abnormal concerns about sticky substances or residues
Symptom: Need to align objects just so
Symptom: Stashing away useless trash
Symptom: Fear of losing something or discarding something
Symptom: Sexual thoughts that one views as inappropriate/unacceptable
Symptom: Fears that one may be homosexual
Symptom: Repeating routine activities for no logical reason
Symptom: Unfounded fears that one has failed to do some routine task
Symptom: Excessive concerens about morality and right or wrong
Symptom: Fear of having caused some fatal tragedy
Symptom: The irrational fear of having hurt someone
Symptom: Preoccupation with foods or food measurements
Symptom: Being overly concerned about one's weight
Symptom: Belief that certain numbers are lucky or unlucky
Symptom: Inspecting houshold trash in case some valuable item has been thrown out
Symptom: Accumulating useless objects
Symptom: Repeatedly checking to see if a door is locked or an appliance is turned off
Symptom: Checking and rechecking for mistakes
Symptom: Asking over and over for reassurance
Symptom: Behaviors based on superstitious beliefs
Symptom: A feeling of dread if some arbitrary act is not performed
Symptom: The need to ask, tell or confess
Symptom: The need to touch, tap or rub certain objects repeatedly
Symptom: Counting compulsions
Symptom: Mental rituals
Symptom: Excessive list making

kolte July 1st, 2005 05:17 PM

Its all in the mind, you only have it if you want to have it

Millermagic July 1st, 2005 09:11 PM

It's just bad habits, there ain't nothing wrong with my mind.

kolte July 2nd, 2005 05:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Millermagic
It's just bad habits, there ain't nothing wrong with my mind.

I think you misunderstood what I said millermagic

Its all IN your mind. I don't think you crazy or anything. My friend helped me defeat ocd. Not that its completely gone, it just no longer affects my day. ocd is not a bad thing, it just causes stress. ^^

Ravenous December 21st, 2005 02:13 PM

I sometimes wondered if I had a mild form of OCD, I filled that out and I got these ones:
Symptom: Need to align objects just so
Symptom: Abnormal concerns about the neatness of one's personal appearance/environment
Symptom: Unfounded fears that one has failed to do some routine task
Symptom: Fear of having caused some fatal tragedy
Symptom: The need for symmetry and total order in one's environment
Symptom: Accumulating useless objects
Symptom: Repeatedly checking to see if a door is locked or an appliance is turned off
Symptom: Checking and rechecking for mistakes

Reckon I have OCD?

Melchi0r April 8th, 2006 08:29 PM

http://www.brainphysics.com/cgibin/symptoms.cgi

Does this mean I have it?

6XxRazorBla6deKissesxX6 May 5th, 2006 08:56 PM

Re: Checklist of Common OCD Symptoms
 
Symptom: Excessive concerns about dirt, germs, contaminants
Symptom: Need to align objects just so
Symptom: Fear of losing something or discarding something
Symptom: Sexual thoughts that one views as inappropriate/unacceptable
Symptom: Repeating routine activities for no logical reason
Symptom: Rewording or rewriting words or phrases
Symptom: Unfounded fears that one has failed to do some routine task
Symptom: Fear of having caused some fatal tragedy
Symptom: Repeated intruding images of violence
Symptom: Rituals involving food
Symptom: Being overly concerned about one's weight
Symptom: Belief that certain numbers are lucky or unlucky
Symptom: Excessive, ritualized hand-washing, showering, bathing, or tooth-brushing
Symptom: The need for symmetry and total order in one's environment
Symptom: The need to keep doing something until one gets it just right
Symptom: Accumulating useless objects
Symptom: Repeatedly checking to see if a door is locked or an appliance is turned off
Symptom: Checking and rechecking for mistakes
Symptom: Pathological slowness in carrying out even the most routine activities
Symptom: Asking over and over for reassurance
Symptom: Behaviors based on superstitious beliefs
Symptom: A feeling of dread if some arbitrary act is not performed
Symptom: The need to ask, tell or confess
Symptom: The need to touch, tap or rub certain objects repeatedly
Symptom: Counting compulsions

I still don't think I have it but a lot of my friends swear I do. One of my friends freaks out on my a lot because I do things several times. I have friends with OCD too. They say I have it but I don't know. What do you guys think?

-Kashia

Aηdy May 30th, 2006 06:50 PM

Re: Checklist of Common OCD Symptoms
 
Name:Andrew

Symptom:Obsessions about one's body
Symptom:Abnormal concerns about sticky substances or residues
Symptom:Need to align objects just so
Symptom:Stashing away useless trash
Symptom:Fear of losing something or discarding something
Symptom:Rewording or rewriting words or phrases
Symptom:Fear of having caused some fatal tragedy
Symptom:Belief that certain numbers are lucky or unlucky
Symptom:The feeling that household items are contaminated
Symptom:The need to keep doing something until one gets it just right
Symptom:Inspecting houshold trash in case some valuable item has been thrown out
Symptom:Accumulating useless objects
Symptom:The need to ask, tell or confess
Symptom:The need to touch, tap or rub certain objects repeatedly
Symptom:Counting compulsions

So yeah, i guess i have it

MoveAlong May 30th, 2006 08:35 PM

Re: Checklist of Common OCD Symptoms
 
Read what I said here? If OCD tortures you and keeps you from living, it's OCD. If not, it's either normal or OCD personality :D (not nearly as bad as OCDisorder.


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