Wombat140's recent replies

  • March 10 2016 - 12:43pm

    Hi Gummy Bear, how are you?

  • March 10 2016 - 12:42pm

    Do go, you'll be glad you did. 

  • March 10 2016 - 12:17pm

    Hi, hard to tell without more explanation, I can't understand what you're saying.  I expect it was though - OCD goes through many variations, and why would it be anything else?  I know you have OCD and you haven't mentioned having anything else that you know of so the simple

  • February 25 2016 - 6:31pm

    Yes I think it's a thing that happens when we have these horrible thoughts so often, we no longer take them seriously - we stop reacting to them because we get used to the idea that they're all nonsense, which of course they are.  In fact, it's often a good sign, people get that

  • February 25 2016 - 6:09pm

    Occam's Razor Principle.  The OCD is sufficient explanation for the fact that you're feeling that you've done something awful - you don't need to theorise that in as well as that you actually have done something awful.

  • February 23 2016 - 10:36pm

    Grinded, I've just got here, I'm really sorry to hear you're feeling so fed up.  Are you OK?  Please don't do anything silly. 

  • February 23 2016 - 10:16pm

    I have Asperger's syndrome (form of ASD), however that's always been minor and by itself wouldn't be causing me much trouble, if it wasn't for the OCD!  I'm also undeniably pretty depressed at the moment, but I think, rather than being a condition in its own right, that&#

  • February 23 2016 - 10:05pm

    That's great!  Really glad to hear that you're so much better and my best wishes for it continuing.

  • February 23 2016 - 9:54pm

    Hi, do you know what it is that bothers him about you trying to help him?  (Sorry for late reply, I've been away from the forum for a while.)

  • February 23 2016 - 9:32pm

    Yes I've noticed that with OCD screening questionnaires on other sites; not just "for fun" ones, but sites for medical charities and so on.  Instead of asking about the nature of the symptoms, i.e.