How to Stop OCD Thoughts
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) affects over 4 million Americans and this figure is echoed across the world. OCD affects men and women equally and normally develops in younger people and children first. Approximately
1/3 of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder sufferers first experienced their symptoms as a child. People with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder tend to avoid situations where there may be a chance of confronting their fears or obsessions. Avoidance techniques support the anxious behavior and often phobias accompany the OCD behavior, such as agoraphobia or social phobia.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) sufferers find it very difficult to maintain healthy relationships or to hold down a job because of the intrusive and very visual nature of their conditions – often employers will find the visible symptoms difficult to work with and careers can be severely affected.
Never, in tens of thousands of OCD cases, where medication has played a curative role in recovery… that’s the truth.
There is only one true cure for OCD and that is to remove the anxious habit that drives it at its root.
Put it this way, how many people with OCD are on medication? How many of them can ultimately say “I’ve been on the meds X weeks and I am cured!”
Medication can’t change the subconscious, anxious ‘habit’, which causes and perpetuates OCD. I have to be careful here though because I don’t believe that OCD actually exists as a stand-alone condition! Why? Firstly, the word disorder implies illness… anxiety fueled obsessive behavior is not an illness… secondly, it doesn’t require a name at all because it, just like a racing heart, upset stomach, chest tightness etc. is simply another anxiety SYMPTOM and not a stand alone condition.
If you have OCD, you have ‘high anxiety’… inappropriate, yes, an illness, no! That high anxiety is causing a change in thought and reasoning due to hormonal changes caused by the Fight or Flight response.
Is this mental illness?
No… it’s a perfectly normal but massively embellished version of NORMAL
If you felt happy all the time and went around laughing… people would think you were a little odd perhaps, but ILL, NO!
So what’s the difference? You have heightened fear… what’s the difference between that and heightened happiness? NOTHING.
They are both human emotions… both inappropriate and yet happiness isn’t feared, so the ‘symptoms’ are ignored or enjoyed. Fear carries with it, unpleasant ‘symptoms’… but why are they any more ‘serious’ than the happy symptoms? See where I am going with this?
When you fall in love… a natural and logical reaction, yes? BUT, love is a form of what you would call OCD.. think about it! Obsessive, yes, compulsive, yes… disorder, NO! But it carries all the traits of OCD! So are we mentally ill when we are in love? No, no more than we are mentally or physically ill when we have obsessions and compulsions. OCD – pleasant, no. Illness, no. Curable, yes. With meds? NO!
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