effects of washing your hands 5 times every time for 3 weeks after you do anything that gets germs on them (my hand washing compulsions comes and goes). Don’t you love to see it πŸ€ͺπŸ₯°
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what are everyone's routines and compulsions?
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But Brozzer Islam spread peacefully there was no compulsion
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Hearing someone say they're from South Africa and having the compulsion to say South Africa in the accent.

Seerf Afrrikaar!

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I fell in love with this sculpture I made today. My little clay son is perfect to me and I have the compulsion to share him.
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Please help me get karma so I can share my musical genius (ok my musical compulsion) on Reddit, thanks!
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"There's no compulsion in Islam" sounds like a lie.

Especially when your mom is forcing you to join weekly muslim zoom classes even though you're not a child anymore lol.

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DAE have a compulsion to frequently delete their social media accounts? I've done it more times than I can remember.

Wow, thanks for the responses, it makes me feel good to know its not just me!

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There is no compulsion in religion (2:256) and the story of Moses confirms it.

Throughout the Quran, God promotes freedom of religion. But the ones in whose hearts is disease will deny this God-given right. They even invented the concept of abrogation (naskh) to deny and reject the clear words of God.

Al-Baqara (2:256) There shall be no compulsion in the religion. The right course has become clear from the wrong.

Al-Kaafiroon (109:6) For you is your religion, and for me is my religion.

Al-Kahf (18:29) And say, "The truth is from your Lord, so whoever wills - let him believe; and whoever wills - let him disbelieve."

Az-Zumar (39:41) Indeed, We sent down to you the Book for the people in truth. So whoever is guided - it is for [the benefit of] his soul; and whoever goes astray only goes astray to its detriment. And you are not a manager over them.

Yunus (10:99) And had your Lord willed, those on earth would have believed - all of them entirely. Then, [O Muhammad], would you compel the people in order that they become believers?

➑️ The story of Moses confirms these already clear verses:

Yunus (10:83) But no one believed Moses, except youths among his people, for fear of Pharaoh and his establishment that they would persecute them. And indeed, Pharaoh was haughty within the land, and indeed, he was of the transgressors.

Ghaafir (40:26) And Pharaoh said, "Let me kill Moses and let him call upon his Lord. Indeed, I fear that he will change your religion or that he will cause corruption in the land."

Ghaafir (40:28) And a believing man from the family of Pharaoh who concealed his faith said, "Do you kill a man because he says, 'My Lord is Allah' while he has brought you clear proofs from your Lord? And if he should be lying, then upon him is his lie; but if he should be truthful, there will strike you some of what he promises you. Indeed, Allah does not guide one who is a transgressor and a liar.

Al-A'raaf (7:123-124) Said Pharaoh, "You believed in him before I gave you permission. Indeed, this is a conspiracy which you conspired in the city to expel therefrom its people. But you are going to know. I will surely cut off your hands and your feet on opposite sides; then I will surely crucify you all."

➑️ According to these verses, compulsion in religion is the way of oppressors and tyrants. There are so many parallels between the people of the past and the people of the present. Many Muslims reject clear and simple messages from the Quran. In all these Quranic verses and stories there are lessons for us to learn but they choose wha

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Something that has helped me in #ocd recovery is what I call... exposure by exhaustion. Something you probably have never heard of but I have absolutely done. I have literally been so tired that I've just given up on the compulsions.
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Most soldiers do not β€œfight for our rights” but rather fight for money, a career, or by compulsion from a draft.

The last war that was really about β€œour rights” was the civil war. Vietnam, WWI, II, Korea, Iraq and Afghanistan were really about global power dynamics. The soldiers that fought in these wars were not defending our rights, because our rights were not really being threatened.

Edit: this has been very interesting! A few points to address.

  1. A repeat theme is that WW2 was about American Rights. I politely disagree. The US entered only after being attacked and having its global position threatened. We had no choice. We had been declining for 5 years to enter the war. Now I guess it’s very true that many people joined the military after Pearl Harbor out of a sense of duty. But I just have a hard time seeing how it was a war for our rights. It was 100% a just war. But much of the justification was learned of only after the fact (most Americans didn’t know of the atrocities happening at concentration camps).

  2. I never said there was anything wrong with joining for any reason other than patriotic duty. Join for whatever reason! I’m all for it.

  3. This last point is very important. Many have said that without the military we wouldn’t have all these freedoms and rights so they therefore are fighting for our freedoms and rights by simply existing. This is an interesting notion. Because from my vantage point as an American, our military is the most powerful it has ever been, yet I have seen a steady derogation of American rights and freedoms throughout my entire life - from within. Being a super power does not somehow make our freedoms more secure. It’s actually the opposite IMO. The lack of a credible threat means our government can actually take away our rights without being checked. Look at China and Russia where it’s happening today and has happened for a while. Look at the last 12 years in the US (increased surveillance, Portland, police brutality etc).

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Skin picking compulsions
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OCD reminder: compulsions
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Cringing as a compulsion?

My ocd is kinda hard to understand lately. I fight off bad thoughts before I almost even have them. I will just randomly cringe my whole body, shake my head, or squeeze my eyes shut when things get too overwhelming. Or say stop it. It’s hard to know what to do to be better or how to handle it better.

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I got extremely anxious but I didn't do a single compulsion!!!!

Today I had a small victory: I didn't do any compulsions!!!!!! I just sat with the anxiety and did stuff on my free time (I watched a sitcom and I played some games). Even though I couldn't concentrate on the games I handled the anxiety well!!!! I'm proud. I got home at 8PM and until now (it's 3AM lol) I didn't do ANYTHING to stop the anxiety. I cried, I felt an anxious feeling in my throat but I didn't stop it. Zero compulsions. NONE! I'm happy with this small achievement. I know it's a long journey but this made me realize how strong I am and how things definitely can get better. Yay!

Edit: thank you for the award, kind stranger! Happy holidays and I hope you're doing well <3

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Can we just all dump our obsessions/compulsions here?

Let's all scream into the void and yell what's plaguing us out of existence.

I'll go first in the comments

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Needing advice to support my man overcoming his compulsion to pay for cam girls.

Dear all,

It has been a very difficult month for me since, 2 years into the relationship, I learned that my boyfriend has been paying for camgirls for years (it started many years before me). (I want to precise that I am ok with him watching regular porn as long as it's not too often and not affecting us. Usually he watches regular porn once every few weeks and mostly uses his imagination).

I only found one page and asked him about it; he cried and told me the whole dark truth, the money spent. My first reactions were compassion, and open-mindedness but I slowly realized what camgirls do, the interaction and understood a lot about my self boundaries. He suffered a lot from this behaviour himself ; although he could stop for months at a time and also never made actual time for it (he does not recognize himself in severe addiction stories he's read), he relapsed in periods of stress (he does a PhD and works full time). In these periods he usually used cam girls websites about three times a week. He came to hate it, said it makes him feel bad, lonely, shameful. He explained that something about paying was a kind of submissive turn on, because he was giving away all control while in his life he needs to be so much in control. He said his attempts at stopping were somehow half-hearted as he was lying to himself about the impact it would have on me, and that now that he seems the damage... He is more than ever determined. He also recognized it sometimes blocked his libido with me out of guilt (although when we do have sex it's really good and I really feel his attraction for me. He confirmed that he much prefers sex with me than porn). I never screamed or cried or shamed him; to me it's not something to be shameful about, it's very human, but a relapse from him would become the real betrayal however. He has been very sincere I believe, and he said for now with the shock of the situation he felt no desire to go back, but he acknowledged that the urge might definitely come back, in which case he promised he would talk to me.

I need some advice from you men who have been through this.

Advice seeking 1 : It is hard because I developed a kind of OCD behaviour. Every two days my doubts and insecurities evolve into something else (example : That spam I saw on your laptop a year ago, was it a meetup thing? What else do you do with your secret email used for the camgirls?). I panic, cannot sleep at night, my blood is boiling, I become super depressed and spend ho

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My wife got me this set for Christmas knowing my compulsion. Tried a couple shakes of the β€œI can’t feel my face β€œon a snack the other night wasn’t too impressed ......had some chicken fajitas nachos tonight . 😭 will be a little more sparing with the next application.
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Anyone do this or have other social media related compulsions? Lately, I have to like a certain amount of TikTok comments under videos to satisfy myself. /r/OCD/comments/cm5aqn/co…
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anyone else feel social media compulsions?

I often spend more time on my phone than I’d like to, but only recently realized that it feels like a compulsion when it happens. It’s like I’m stuck in a loop of checking notifications and scrolling until I end on the β€œright” post to look at, even though I want to move on to something else. I’d delete all the apps or leave my phone in another room, but I worry that there’ll be an emergency and I’ll miss someone that’s trying to contact me. Does anyone else feel this way? And does anyone have tips on how to combat this?

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Not doing mental compulsions is tough!!!

Arghhhhhh!

I realized and was told answering my ocd questions in my brain was mental compulsion. So i am trying to not answer and my anxiety and intrusive thoughts are shooting through the roof.

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8 days without giving in to my obsessions and compulsions.

i’m so proud of myself. i haven’t done this long in over a year.

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Does anyone else feel better at night or is that just me? Like I battle my intrusive thoughts and compulsions throughout the day and at night I feel more okay.
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I felt a strange compulsion to try and make Pedro Pascal as my season toon this go around.
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Indulgence not compulsion: today marks the beginning of my 2 weeks of abstinence

For a few years, the 2nd Saturday of the year is the start of a 2 week period without alcohol. There's a lot of alcoholism in my family and the Holiday season has its fair lot of unseemly scenes. I've always enjoyed a drink or two but there was always this fear of loosing control. I had a flash one year that I over-indulge in food and drinks during the Holidays and that the period just after that was perfect for taking a break.

This year of course, there was no family celebration, and not as much food and drinks, but I decided to keep my tradition alive.

BTW I know : if I was a real alcoholic, partial abstinence would probably be impossible. This is not about science, it's about balance. I feel better about myself doing this every year.

Cheers!

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Reddit Compulsion

Does anyone else obsessively scroll through the OCD sub-Reddit as a form of lowering anxiety?

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I decided to stop doing my OCD compulsions starting from 2021..

I don't see any other way out anymore. I hope I'll succeed. Wish me good luck. I hope 2021 will be kind to all of you. P.s. Cheers to new beginnings✨

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I prefer most of my pens in neutral colors to avoid color matching compulsion, but this might throw a wrench in that.
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Not a compulsion doe
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COMPULSION VS. ADDICTION

I read this definition and it got thinking, which one applies to me?

Compulsions are repetitive behaviors with no rational motivation, but are often engaged in to reduce anxiety. Addictions involve an inability to stop the behavior, despite negative consequences. Both involve a lack of control.

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Does anyone else have spending compulsions when unstable?

I'm not hypo but anytime I'm out of whack I spend. It's not big purchases but it adds up! It's always let's.get chips while I'm grocery shopping or let's try this new brand of cat food or baby "needs" this toy.

How do you deal with it? My husband is understandably cutting up my credit card but that doesn't really help.me blowing the money in the joint account

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PSYCHEDELICS, OBSESSIVE THOUGHTS AND COMPULSIONS

We are a group of researchers at the University of Wollongong in Australia, and as part of our research we are looking into psychedelic experiences, obsessive thoughts and compulsions. We are recruiting participants 18 years and over that are English speaking and have had a significant or emotionally intense psychedelic experience (i.e. taken psilocybin, LSD, DMT, ayahuasca, or mescaline). If this is you, you are invited to participate in our survey, which will take approximately 40 minutes. If you participate, you have the option of going into a raffle to win one of two AU$100 Amazon gift vouchers. More information is provided at the following link, where you can participate if you choose.

https://uow.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dbPaRy9mvD1wOOh

Thank you for considering to participate – we really appreciate it.

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Anyone here who’s got tips for me? It hurts so much everytime I move my fingers.. but unfortunately lotion only triggers my compulsion to wash my hands .. (doggo wanted to be on Reddit as well)
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Adducing What is Clearly Perceived by the Artist of this (or Broker of it in Some Other Capacity) as Trimpo's Utter Contempt for, & Abjaculation of, All Principle Pertaining to Restraint & Moderation of the Compulsion Cruelly to Expend Other Persons in the Advancement of One's Own Estate
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Anybody else feel the compulsion to not let terrified mongols/bandits escape?

Maybe I'm just being OCD, but when I put the 'Terror' effect on the enemies and they start running off, I always try to shoot them with my bow and arrow to not let them escape.

Anybody else do this?

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So I found out about Godzilland and felt the compulsion to make this. [OC]
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Telling myself: no compulsions this week

I'm telling myself: just this week, I will not act out my compulsions for my intrusive thoughts. I will not do the thing that "undoes" my intrusive thought. Just this week. After this week, if I want, I can go back. I will give myself this week.

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Indulgence vs Compulsion

Im fairly new to this, I have just started reading the satanic bible recently and am about half way through in the first day. I used to be very anti religion and stuff but this would be the one religion I would practice if I had to choose.

I was wondering if anyone could explain what the difference is between indulgence and compulsion. I understand indulgence is doing what you want to do but at what point does that become a compulsion. Would feeling a compulsion to do something like having sex and then in turn partaking in the act of sex not be a form of indulgence? If i feel a compulsion to drink a shit load of beers one night and i do it, is that not indulgence?

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Compulsions that aren't obvious?

Hi all! I've struggled with intrusive thoughts throughout my life. They've shifted around, changed flavors depending on what was going on in my life. In particular I've suffered from existential OCD since childhood. I always thought it was just a normal fear or that i was philosophical, until my husband came across an article about existential OCD and thought it sounded like me.

One reason it took me years to get diagnosed was that i don't have obvious outward compulsions (like the hand-washing often associated with OCD). I do pull out my eyebrows and lashes, but it doesn't seem overtly assiciated with my intrusive thoughts.

I only recently learned that things like obsessive google searching can be compulsions, since it's reassurance seeking. I'm trying to identify any other compulsions i may have, and am wondering if anyone has any examples of compulsions that might not be outwardly obvious? Thanks!

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Is excessive googling an OCD compulsion?

I’ll get an intrusive thought and I’ll instantly need to google it to have peace of mind. Whether it be some sort of symptom/ reaction that I have in life, I NEED to look it up and find what it could mean. Not sure if anyone else gets this or if this could be OCD?

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Intrusive thoughts/compulsions?

I know that emetophobia is closely related to ocd disorders and is usually treated the same way but I’m worried that there might be a little more to my emetophobia than that. Does anyone have specific things you can’t do or wear because you think it’ll make you sick but you have no specific memory of it making you sick? For example i can’t go into pet stores at all, i can’t go to target on Sunday afternoons, and when i was little i couldn’t change my underwear more than once a week because i was sure I’d be sick if i did. There’s no reason for me to associate these things with illness but for some reason i do. Is this emet compulsions or maybe something more?

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A strange compulsion toward buying office supplies.

I seem to get this wierd dopamine rush even just browsing through an office supplies aisle. I think it's just the association with organization that these things carry. I'm starting to amass a pretty good collection of journals that I'll never write in, partially used calendars usually abandoned around mid-year, pens, pencils, and notebooks that only end up getting used to write To Do lists that become so dense that they become unusable.

EDIT: Ironically, might I add, an office job is my idea of the 9th circle of Hell.

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My therapist sent me this link and it helped my compulsions a lot! I never knew that rumination is a compulsion. drmichaeljgreenberg.com/r…
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Breaking of Compulsion ("Spoiler Alert")

In Season 8, when Stefan turns human, every person he ever compelled begins to remember the occasion that they were made to forget (Season 8 Episode 12). Which implies that, when a vampire turns human, the compulsions that they'd made while being a vampire, break. Flashback to Season 6 when Alaric compels Elena to forget about Damon, and Alaric's vampirism wears off in Mystic Falls, and is saved by Jo, he turns human. BUT Elena doesn't get her memories back. Caroline even says that since Alaric is human, he won't be able to 'compel her to remember the memories again'.

Can someone explain the logic behind this to me?

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2020 - the year writing became a compulsion and a crutch for me
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I have a strange compulsion to replicate feelings on both sides of the body. What is it?

Hey, I’ve had this for a while now, and it’s been very noticeable in the past year or two.

I’ve had a very strange compulsion to replicate a feeling on both sides of my body. For example, if I were to brush against someone with my left shoulder, I would feel really weird until I brushed against someone or something else with my other shoulder.

I have it in normal day to day life when the sensation is more noticeable.

But, when I’m upset or otherwise in a negative mood, it gets to the point I need every sensation on my body to be the exact same on the other side.

I’ve brought this to the attention of my family but I don’t really know what kind of doctor I could go to for help.

Has anyone heard of this/know what it is?

Thanks.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/SpoopyPerson
πŸ“…︎ Jan 15 2021
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Does anyone else feel the compulsion to brush their teeth/floss/rinse before playing?

I feel dirty if I don’t. I just ate a salad and instead of brushing again and practicing more, I decided to make this post.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/BonerChamp02496
πŸ“…︎ Jan 08 2021
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Daily reminder that OCD isn't about being organized or neat. I have it and it is intrusive thoughts, anxiety, compulsions, doubts, urges, ideas, rituals and more. I'm messy because of the intrusive thoughts and the compulsions.

I am messy and have OCD. OCD can ruin your life.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/nigabgxd
πŸ“…︎ Jan 08 2021
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There is no compulsion in religion (2:256) and the story of Moses confirms it.

Throughout the Quran, God promotes freedom of believe. But the ones in whose hearts is disease will deny this God-given right. They even invented abrogation (naskh) to deny and reject the clear words of God.

Al-Baqara (2:256) There shall be no compulsion in the religion. The right course has become clear from the wrong.

Al-Kaafiroon (109:6) For you is your religion, and for me is my religion.

Al-Kahf (18:29) And say, "The truth is from your Lord, so whoever wills - let him believe; and whoever wills - let him disbelieve."

Az-Zumar (39:41) Indeed, We sent down to you the Book for the people in truth. So whoever is guided - it is for [the benefit of] his soul; and whoever goes astray only goes astray to its detriment. And you are not a manager over them.

Yunus (10:99) And had your Lord willed, those on earth would have believed - all of them entirely. Then, [O Muhammad], would you compel the people in order that they become believers?

➑️ The story of Moses confirms these already clear verses:

Yunus (10:83) But no one believed Moses, except youths among his people, for fear of Pharaoh and his establishment that they would persecute them. And indeed, Pharaoh was haughty within the land, and indeed, he was of the transgressors.

Ghaafir (40:26) And Pharaoh said, "Let me kill Moses and let him call upon his Lord. Indeed, I fear that he will change your religion or that he will cause corruption in the land."

Ghaafir (40:28) And a believing man from the family of Pharaoh who concealed his faith said, "Do you kill a man because he says, 'My Lord is Allah' while he has brought you clear proofs from your Lord? And if he should be lying, then upon him is his lie; but if he should be truthful, there will strike you some of what he promises you. Indeed, Allah does not guide one who is a transgressor and a liar.

Al-A'raaf (7:123-124) Said Pharaoh, "You believed in him before I gave you permission. Indeed, this is a conspiracy which you conspired in the city to expel therefrom its people. But you are going to know. I will surely cut off your hands and your feet on opposite sides; then I will surely crucify you all."

➑️ According to these verses, compulsion in religion is the way of oppressors and tyrants. There are so many parallels between the people of the past and the people of the present. Yet many Muslims reject clear and simple verses from the Quran because they don’t talk directly about them. It won’t come to their mind, that it is a warning for all of us

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πŸ‘€︎ u/nooralbalad
πŸ“…︎ Jan 07 2021
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Needing advice to support my man overcoming his compulsion to pay for cam girls.

Needing advice to support my man overcoming his compulsion to pay for cam girls.

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Dear all,

It has been a very difficult month for me since, 2 years into the relationship, I learned that my boyfriend has been paying for camgirls for years (it started many years before me). (I want to precise that I am ok with him watching regular porn as long as it's not too often and not affecting us. Usually he watches regular porn once every few weeks and mostly uses his imagination).

I only found one page and asked him about it; he cried and told me the whole dark truth, the money spent. My first reactions were compassion, and open-mindedness but I slowly realized what camgirls do, the interaction and understood a lot about my self boundaries. He suffered a lot from this behaviour himself ; although he could stop for months at a time and also never made actual time for it (he does not recognize himself in severe addiction stories he's read), he relapsed in periods of stress (he does a PhD and works full time). In these periods he usually used cam girls websites about three times a week. He came to hate it, said it makes him feel bad, lonely, shameful. He explained that something about paying was a kind of submissive turn on, because he was giving away all control while in his life he needs to be so much in control. He said his attempts at stopping were somehow half-hearted as he was lying to himself about the impact it would have on me, and that now that he sees the damage... He is more than ever determined. He also recognized it sometimes blocked his libido with me out of guilt (although when we do have sex it's really good and I really feel his attraction for me. He confirmed that he much prefers sex with me than porn). I never screamed or cried or shamed him; to me it's not something to be shameful about, it's very human, but a relapse from him would become the real betrayal however. He has been very sincere I believe, and he said for now with the shock of the situation he felt no desire to go back, but he acknowledged that the urge might definitely come back, in which case he promised he would talk to me.

I need some advice from you men who have been through this.

Advice seeking 1 : It is hard because every two days my doubts and insecurities evolve into something else (example : That spam I saw on your laptop a year ago, was it a meetup thing? What else do you do with your secret email used for the camgirls?) . I panic, cannot sleep at night, my bloo

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