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Does HOCD come and go?
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ermm mostly with cognitive behaviour therapy
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ermm mostly with cognitive behaviour therapy
Will it ever go
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Will it ever go
it truly depends on your progress with the therapy eventually it will calm down but it will never go away. The most that could happen is you learning how to control it
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it truly depends on your progress with the therapy eventually it will calm down but it will never go away. The most that could happen is you learning how to control it
Do a lot of people get this?
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it truly depends on your progress with the therapy eventually it will calm down but it will never go away. The most that could happen is you learning how to control it
you could also read this https://centerforanxietydisorders.co...disorder/hocd/
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Thank you!!
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