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Old July 16th, 2007, 02:51 PM   #1
I'm cool like spongebob
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Post Right and left

for me everything has to be visually balanced. Nothing can be "more right" than left. If there is more on the right or left than on the left or right I start to feel really uncomfortable and want to fix it. As you can imagine nothing is ever really balanced so my life can be pretty uncomfortable at times. I was wondering if this is OCD and if there are any ways to help it.

Oh yeah and if for example someone was cleaning a table if the cloth doesn't touch all of the table I freak out. Also I have to repeat sentences in my head a lot of times if I didn't feel comfortable with them. Like if someone says something to me and I thought it "felt weird" I repeat it lots

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Old July 17th, 2007, 01:32 AM   #2
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This may be a case of OCD. if you find it that you have this REALLY OVERWHELMING disire to repeat something or touch something until if feels "right" this probably is a case of OCD. you should see a doctor and then have them run some test to make sure that its that. but yeah it could be a somewhat mild case of OCD.

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