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ashipinharbor

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    Female
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    America

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  1. I'm going ro need a Prozac refill before too long, but my previous psychiatrist left the hospital. Does anyone have any advice on getting a refill, while getting a new psychiatrist, during a pandemic?
  2. Nodsnods You know, I thought it was an attempt to know how to treat it, but I could've been seeking reassurance 🙈 (at least now I know how sneaky it can be!) Thanks, dksea
  3. Nodsnods, I just wanted to make sure it was OCD related We both know what to do now
  4. Does anyone else feel responsible for other people, more than they should?
  5. I told my friend that I have OCD, and it went really well. She was really supportive, and I sent her a link to this forum, so that she can learn some more. I know how hard it can be to open up to our friends, but it can go well, and having that support is so nice
  6. I just wanted to update and say that Prozac has helped me so much. I don't get obsessive like I used to. It's so nice and I wish I'd started it ages ago, but late is better than never. To anybody struggling, recovery is possible. You can do this!
  7. I hope you find/found something that helps
  8. I'm going to be starting a low dose of prozac. Does anybody have any experience with it?
  9. It is, isn't it? Thank you, GBG! And you're right! I can do this!
  10. You're right, it's insidious like that! I guess I was just wondering how to go about it
  11. You accept it by letting go and moving on. The past is past, and compulsions only keep it in the present. Accept uncertainty. It's all you can do.
  12. Is it possible to have Morality OCD, but for other people? Like, obsessing over whether or not people are good or bad? Is that a thing?
  13. Well then you've hurt her forever. You can't change the past by worrying about it. What's done is done. More importantly, what're you going to do about your ocd?
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