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    And what caused you not to be worried anymore

    I worried that after having a cough for 4 days , there was something seriously wrong with me
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    Being late. and I still worry about it every time!
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    (Original post by CmPunk4)
    And what caused you not to be worried anymore

    I worried that after having a cough for 4 days , there was something seriously wrong with me
    What people think about me.
    Never again!
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    Thinking 'Remain' had won the referendum.....
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    My children are still teenagers and i have worried about them not having the best life partners possible lol, since they were toddlers.
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    what ppl think of me bc idc anymore lool
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    Spiders crawling up my arse when taking a dump.
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    The sort of things OCD makes me worry and obsess over is laughable to others but real to me. I went through a phrase of worrying that my food was laced with poison or drugs, especially LSD for some reason and I spent hours researching how to de-neutralise it and I read chlorine did so I would carry a bottle of tap water with me everywhere and sprinkle it over my food or my hands if I felt I touched something that was 'contaminated'. Logically, I knew I was being daft but that's the thing with OCD, doesn't matter how logical you are - it still finds a way to convince you and make you think "what if?!". It sounds absolutely crazy but that took over my life for years and I openly talk about it because people think all OCD is is "oh you're scared of germs!", "you like things in a certain way!" but if you saw me when I was at my worst, you would have thought I was psychotic or something. I'm much better with OCD now but still obsess over things every day but the things now are more 'normal' such as I obsess I have certain health conditions and constantly check my body for illness and check for lumps - so much so that my body is often bruised from me checking so much and so hard. I am in therapy and working on OCD, slowly but surely
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    Ants carrying me to their home
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    I saw this couple on a bench at a park where I live. I didn't pay much attention to them, but as I walked away and lost sight of them I started to panic that the girl was my crush even though it looked literally nothing like her
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    lol as ridiculous as it sounds... I remember watching an episode of eastenders a few years ago, after the episode finished all of a sudden I had this worrying feeling inside me but had no idea where it was coming from. I tried evaluating everything, was I forgetting to do something. Was someone I know in trouble? I realised I was actually worrying for one of the characters in the soap 😂 lol I felt like such a saddo.
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    Sometimes I worry that I might have ADHD but the worry isn't strong enough for me to actually do anything about it.
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    Sometimes I worry that I'm walking weirdly and that everyone is thinking the same.
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    I used to have terrible anxiety over my maths lessons 🙃
 
 
 
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