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Does anyone obsess about there friends and fights and bf/gf?

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Old 08-27-2004, 01:04 PM   #1
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Does anyone obsess about there friends and fights and bf/gf?

Hi everyone! my name is Christine, I am 20! I obsess a lot about friends and fights and arguments. I keep repeating myself about the same thing over and over again. If me and my friend stop talking I seem to obsess about it. The same thing goes for my boyfriend( if we get into a arguement I obsess over that and the bad things he did to me). I cant seem to move on and not obsess. Does anyone have this problem??? Its really bad!! I cant move out of my families house because I hate changes and new beginnings. I seem to dwell on the past! If I loose a friend or boyfriend I cant stop mentioning the reasons why this happened. I feel like a broken record. Can someone please help???

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Old 08-27-2004, 01:53 PM   #2
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Re: Does anyone obsess about there friends and fights and bf/gf?


I also obsess about my b/f. But the thing is: i ask my self 1000 times a day if i do love him enough. when we are together and do not talk very much - i start to think: oh god, we don*t talk, we don't love each other any more.
I worry and worry and can not say any word.
it is horrible.
the other thing is: also I obsess about the bad things and it seems to me like there are no other beautiful things .

so, greetings, and sorry for my bad englsih,


Old 08-27-2004, 09:58 PM   #3
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Re: Does anyone obsess about there friends and fights and bf/gf?

I wish I could help you. I do the same thing. If I get into an argument with someone, or even just a conversation that I feel did not go right, I think about it repeatedly. I will go over it in my head a million times and even look for people to tell the story to so that I can get it off my chest. Finally I seem to just say it's silly or I find something to take my mind off of it but not before I go over it ten thousand times.

I also do that w/ my boyfriend. I analyze everything he says to me and I sometimes bring up what happened repeatedly so that he can re-word it so it makes me feel comfortable. I get very nervous and worried all of the time. This is has only recently gotten bad. Just like my compulsions have gotten worse also. And the intrusive thoughts are starting w/ me too. This is a horrible "condition" if that's what it's called.

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Old 08-29-2004, 02:57 PM   #4
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Re: Does anyone obsess about there friends and fights and bf/gf?

I have this problem. I go over and over things that have happened. I especially do it with a certain person (I have panic attacks when I see then and have a lot of problems about it- I've taken it all out of all proprotion and can't take anything that relates to 'her'..). I get flashbacks but I also over analyse and just can't seem to forget. It's horrible. I can sympathyse with you here. Are you taking any therapy or have you considered it?

I hope it all works out for you,
Take care,

Old 08-31-2004, 07:27 AM   #5
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Re: Does anyone obsess about there friends and fights and bf/gf?

Hey zec,Kris and why did u, your all just like me. I obsess about the bad things all the time and I tend to loose friends like that. My one best friend off 2 years is mad at me, because Im to negative. Well I dont have many positive things going on. Its hard. I do obsess about my bf too, if I really love him, because he is not the best guy out there. he has done things to hurt my feelings and break my heart. I repeat myself over and over again also. I have others repeat thereselves too. Forinstance, when I call my guy cousin I keep refracing the same question in many different ways. When I get into a fight with someone I want to tell everyone and everyone about the fight and I will go on and on about the same thing. I dont know what my problem is??? What is this problem??? My family members do this too!!! I thought it was just my family, but now I realize its not.. I feel better knowing that now!!! Thank you guys for your stories they were great. Stay in touch. Take care christina

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