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Old 10-18-2010, 06:56 AM   #1
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ROCD feelings about other person

Hi there.
Has you must know, having a crush on other person is a natural thing even for those who are in love whit their partner.

I have a situation here: I like another girl, i think she is really preaty, funny and smart. Now, my head is aaaalways telling me that it is not just an atraction, but it is something else, that it is REAL LOVE.

I use to have ROCD, which i got over but now whit these obsessive idea it came back again. Now "I AM AFRAID OF LOVING ANOTHER AND THAT I NEVER LOVED MY GIRLFRIEND".

My head is always comparing my gf whit the other girl, and i am always like:

-"She is smarter than my gf"
-"She is skinnier than my gf"
-"I wish my gf dance like her"
-"I wish my gf use the same clothe"
-"I wish my gf has the same friends"

Has you guys can see, it sucks.

 
Old 10-21-2010, 09:07 AM   #2
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Re: ROCD feelings about other person

Anyone?!! I need to know if i must just accept the reallity or keep fighting.

 
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Old 10-21-2010, 01:31 PM   #3
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Re: ROCD feelings about other person

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Anyone?!! I need to know if i must just accept the reallity or keep fighting.
Get back into counseling. If you are having to ask whether or not you EVER actually loved your gfriend when at one time you were absolutely sure (but it's just changed, or maybe you didn't "really") then it's your ROCD. Trust me.

 
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