Obsessions and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) Obsessions are usually unpleasant thoughts, pictures or impulses which come into mind when we don’t want them. Compulsions are the behaviours used to ‘put right’ or act on the obsession.
Most people have occasional intrusive, troubling thoughts, such as worrying that you've left the oven on, but some people can’t get rid of them. If you have OCD, you may have repeated obsessions and compulsions that seem very important and make you feel anxious. Therapy can help you put things in perspective and develop coping mechanisms to deal with the triggers of OCD.
The BACP. (2018). What therapy can help with . Available: https://www.bacp.co.uk/about-therapy/what-therapy-can-help-with/. Last accessed 17th November 2018.
If your tired of being controlled by your OCD then why not speak to a Counsellor?
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