"Oh, it's just my OCD." 

So, you know, there's a general layperson's understand of what obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is.  

But it's more complicated than that.

...If you have intrusive thoughts (obsessions) that seem fearful, or dangerous to you,

...If you have impulses that you're worried you might act on...

or if you're worried that something bad is about to happen
or has happened, that you may have inadvertently caused,

AND THEN you do something to make it stop. or go away. or to erase the danger:  "Compulsions" are something that make you feel better or safer in the moment, even if they don't seem to make sense, and they might include:

        • mental rituals such as reviewing, praying, 
        • physical rituals, such as checking, counting, cleansing, repeatedly asking others for reassurance, or "confessing" your thoughts, asking others to confirm that you're okay,
        • getting to a "just right" feeling regarding symmetry, or some other need for a "just right" feeling,
and then you feel better, for a little while.  But the thoughts and compulsions are throwing tantrums, demanding attention.

If this is your experience, it's possible OCD might be a problem for you. And I can let you know for sure.

ERT, Exposure/response/prevention therapy is the gold standard for treating OCD.   

Here's information from the International OCD Foundation, explaining ERT.

Note: My method of treating OCD in children is to work mainly with the parents, as I feel that parents have the capacity to be their child's best interventionist.

You and I. Together.
We can tame the OCD monster. 

Be at peace.

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