I spent a day with people w/ OCD (OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER)

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I spent a day with people who have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) to learn the truth about this highly misunderstood disorder.
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AnthonyPadilla 11 aylar önce
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Jeremy Pascuttini
Jeremy Pascuttini 13 gün önce
i have ocd and i cant look at my sister
p00fie..シ 3 aylar önce
ok dad
Stormshade 3 aylar önce
Wow so interesting 🤔
Sarah Moon-Sapp
Sarah Moon-Sapp 7 aylar önce
@Otaku Doodles57 Not exactly the same, but I have dermatillomania, or as they call it nowadays, excoriation disorder. I've gotten staph infections and even once ended up with sepsis from picking my skin, and it's typically my face. I feel your pain in a way. Sending light and good vibes your way. ✌🏻
Theobald Leonhart
Theobald Leonhart 8 aylar önce
@Marina Alvarez yeah! I'm 21, and am seeing autism services in... June or July, to see if I have autism
Chuck Jones
Chuck Jones 20 saatler önce
As someone who has lived with severe OCD my entire life, I am of the firm belief that most people like to throw OCD around as a catch phrase. I never had the compulsion to wash my hands, or a fear of hurting anyone. For me it has always been an overwhelming anxiety and a compulsion to complete whatever task I was tickling on at the time to relieve the feeling. Anyone with OCD knows that there is rarely any real relief, and the compulsions often train back to back from one to the next. For me, everything from tapping, to clicking or whistling noises, doorknobs, and checking doors. Unshakable thoughts that will consume all of my time. I completely agree with the kid that says many of the people who think they have probably don’t. I can’t imagine any psychologist understanding it unless the have it. Most of the suggested treatments are B.S. You will likely call me out of treatment with new ticks related to thinking about treatment. My daughter suffers from it. My only thought is that at least she has someone in her life who understands her. We buy soap by the case because hand washing is one of her most prevalent compulsion for the last few months.
Mantis-Man The Great
Mantis-Man The Great 22 saatler önce
Did you know comedian Bert Kreischer (The Machine) has OCD? A lot of it shows in anxiety and fear of things that are relatively harmless. He also has things he does that he "needs" to do. (A gross example, he would clip his nails and tape them under the coffee table because that was right to him.) When you know this and hear him talk about his struggles, you really get to see into the life of a man like him!
Hania 23 saatler önce
i dont have ocd but i feel for the person who said that they are obsessing about having their doors closed and stuff and BRO I JUST OVERCAME NOT LOOKING UNDER THE BED and now im scared rip
Anime Fan
Anime Fan 23 saatler önce
Yeah…. I’m gonna try and get tested. :) these videos are really cool and I love the disorder ones bc I can learn so much from them!
Emris Gün önce
My OCD got ten times worse when watching this video bc I was reminded of everything lmao. Great video tho! I'm so tired of all the misconceptions around having OCD.
the frog queen
the frog queen 3 gün önce
I am a strict lover of routine. Everybody assumes I have OCD I dont.
JDS May 16
JDS May 16 3 gün önce
I remember a classmate saying he has OCD (we were in highschool), and at the time I was ignorant so I was like 😯... from then on I thought OCD is like being a perfectionist and being neat/organized. Then senior year, I watched about a documentary about mental disorders and one of it was OCD realizing that that classmate had a wrong idea of what OCD is too.
Jane Conquest
Jane Conquest 3 gün önce
OCD is so inconvenient. I have a tic where I have to keep everyone on my left side, to the point of awkwardly moving while walking/sitting. I also spend hours organizing my pens by height, but my room is a disaster. So glad to see the stereotypes debunked
Kyrie Fisher
Kyrie Fisher 4 gün önce
There’s two types of OCD. (OCDPD) and (OCD) for me I have to be mentally and physically organized especially in my head and if something goes wrong or somebody wants to do some thing with me even though I planned out my day I’ll kind of panic and find another way that I can still do what I wanna do or end up just pushing it off because I can’t do it but in reality I can. My room is absolutely spotless but if it’s any other space like the kitchen or somebody’s room I do not care that is their area but for me I have to keep my area clean or I freak out and anytime I leave my room I have to wipe down all of my furniture to make sure there’s no dust and if I don’t then I convince myself of death.
Vanndasithika Suon
Vanndasithika Suon 5 gün önce
so cool
Gabrielle Royce
Gabrielle Royce 5 gün önce
Btw is it possible to have an ocd without being organized because I relate to all symptoms of it but I'm not organized Sorry I don't have money for therapy or diagnosis=[
Casey Urich
Casey Urich 6 gün önce
Oh my God! "The whole reason why something is classified as a mental disorder is that it impairs functioning and causes distress in someone's life. So there will never be--in history--a mental disorder where people point to it, and they're like, 'I wish I had that,' because that would defeat the whole point." Yeeeessssss!!!! Incredible. I love that comment.
thatlizardkid 7 gün önce
I struggle with OCD myself, particularly intrusive thoughts of self-harm, violence against loved ones, and thinking that I'm secretly a horrible monster that is only pretending to be a good person to overcompensate. I tend to pick at my skin when I get anxious and can get carried away sometimes. Medication, video games and crocheting help a lot, and my partner who also struggles with OCD keeps reminding me that they are unwelcome thoughts, and the fact that they terrify me instead of me thinking, "hmm... sounds like a great idea!" negate the possibility of being an evil person. Thank you so much for making this video and bringing more understanding to the subject
Hannah King
Hannah King 7 gün önce
I think the best and most understandable way I can describe ocd is, it's the moster from it, pennywise. It latches onto what you're afraid of most and attacks you over and over and over and over again until you're simply a shell of a person, it destroys you from the inside and takes away your sense of being, your sense of life. And This is not at all an exaggeration, your every minute of every day is effected by it. Something you did wrong several years ago lives in your mind, who's out to get you, who are you out to get? it's a torturous disorder, and so misunderstood, people with ocd that goes below the tip of the iceberg are shamed and hated by those who don't understand. You hear about someone with hocd and most people immediacy want to disconnect from that person. Ocd is so lonely and so painful. I could never explain it in a way that makes sense to someone without it. But it's painful, please give some love to those you know with it. And if you want to know how to best help someone with it, all we need is your patience and understanding, do your research and share it with others.
Cian Whelan
Cian Whelan 7 gün önce
as someone with ocd it is the most tiring thing
Avi 8 gün önce
After an intrusive thought I will obsessively analyse why I had the thought, check my initial reaction, doubt myself, analyse my physical reactions etc. this is more like Pure O.
Tenzin 8 gün önce
ocd is more common than you think guys haha, as someone with it i feel less alone with all of my fellow sufferers in the comments :,). Even two of my friends have ocd it’s truly a sad thing to have but im grateful for this community
Camera Mike
Camera Mike 9 gün önce
Thank you so much Anthony for doing this video! I always knew I was an organized and tidy person but just recently found out like a year ago that I have OCD. I would have a fear of getting sick and would wash my hands for several minutes straight but got that under control a few months later. I also have intrusive thoughts and fight thoughts that pop up in my head that are opposite of typical morals or ethics. In addition, like mentioned in the video, I have to organize something a certain way or I feel something bad will happen like for example if I don’t set my lock on my work locker to 0 perfectly, I feel that it’s going to ruin my day until I come back. I have a compulsion to just organize items perfectly sometimes or it’s going to eat away at me. It really irritates me when people downplay this disorder or say stuff like if you have these thoughts, just stop. People with this disorder can’t control what they do or their thoughts. It’s how their brain functions and mine. We can get better with it though.
emily meyers
emily meyers 10 gün önce
You forgot to ask Adrian monk to come
cxrdxn 11 gün önce
i really, really would like to go get diagnosed with ocd. since i was younger, i’ve always had intrusive thoughts and actions just like how the girl described. i would also have certain habits that i had to do every day, and i have to do everything evenly, or else i will be unbalanced. i used to do tons of research and found out that it wasnt a ‘normal’ though process, and when i trued to tell my mom she told me there was no way i could have ocd because i was a generally messy person. i dont want to self diagnose myself but the only way i can describe what i feel to people that notice my actions is an exact description of ocd.
Aimee 11 gün önce
I used to have mild ocd in 8th grade with those intrusive thoughts (I always thought that generally something bad would happen) if I didnt do something a million times until it felt “right” in my head. It’s so wild. Idk how I was able to break free from it, but so glad I did bc I wouldn’t wish it on anybody. It’s debilitating for no reason. My fiancé has ocd pretty bad and I’m glad I can understand and be there for him ❤️
Marianela Uehara
Marianela Uehara 12 gün önce
They them hahahhahaha
Rosie Glow
Rosie Glow 12 gün önce
My son is 19. He has ASD & ADHD, which were only diagnosed when he was 17. As a child, a psychologist thought he had obsessive, compulsive traits, but after watching this, I'm pretty sure he has OCD. I want to follow up now, but he no longer has a provider, since being discharged from Child and adolescent mental health services.
Taylor 13 gün önce
As a child, I had debilitating intrusive thoughts. Over time, I developed this sort of mantra/cycle I would go through that would “get rid” of them and after I would go through the cycle of what I “had to say” they would slowly fade away. It still works pretty well to this day and I’m thankful because I don’t think I would have been able to function without it and for a while beforehand I wasn’t really able to function properly. It was as if my brain developed a loophole. It’s extremely annoying and anxiety inducing to have to go through the entire cycle (because it’s kind of a long process depending on the thought) but I much rather that than the thought being stuck with me for much longer.
MintHearted 14 gün önce
I know for me, sometimes I can joke about how my OCD makes me good at cleaning. It's become a bit of a joke within my family. But I don't think people realize just how incredibly disruptive having obsessions and compulsions around actions or thoughts are. Some tasks take me so long just because I feel this need to act out a certain behavior, sometimes even several times. It's a frustrating disorder. And I'm really glad that you made a video on this (even though I'm pretty late to it), because I feel like it's so hard to describe those feelings or urges without sounding crazy.
ChoCaMon 14 gün önce
OCD sucks it is the worst hell and it is ruining me. Yes everyone has thoughts but only people with OCD dwell on that thought non-stop it is annoying you can't concentrate on anything else. Yes some things might be funny but noone with ocd likes it it is hell worst nightmare. Noone is having fun doing any compulsions. And the rituals you do like washing hands and stuff we are doing cause we are desperate we don't know what to do so we do this so it might go away or the bad things won't happen.
Joely Matthews
Joely Matthews 15 gün önce
I have trichotillimania (idk how to spell it lmao) and it sucksss because it isn’t ever recognised as ocd but it is literally an obsessive compulsion to pull out your hair
Lainey Greenleaf-Day
Lainey Greenleaf-Day 15 gün önce
yo i’m apart of the 150 million people
KindaCryptic 15 gün önce
You should spend a day with people who have childhood-onset fluency disorder because honestly I just want to see how other people who have it deal with the problems socially.
ichigo 16 gün önce
THANK. YOU. HOLY SHIT. I hate how OCD is seen as a perfectionism issue/obsession with tidiness. I was diagnosed with OCD when i was 12-13 and it was absolute fucking hell. i want people to understand that OCD isn't fun or quirky and it is not a personality trait. It is a mental illness so PLEASE TREAT IT LIKE ONE
Moriah T.
Moriah T. 16 gün önce
Genuine education around OCD is crucial. It's SO frustrating when I hear ppl say "omg I have to vacuum every day I'm OCD". Actual OCD can be debilitating and it's so exhausting. Somedays all I want is just my mind to be quiet.
Traveller 16 gün önce
Thank you.
hkrobertson 17 gün önce
I'm so glad you're putting this out there. My daughter was diagnosed at 4 years old. Hers is mainly numerical & categorical. I never knew before that there are so many different types. I also never knew that the compulsions were because she was quieting intrusive thoughts (if I don't do this, the house will catch on fire or my parents will die or my dog will get hit by a car). People just assume it's a neat and tidy thing.
Hozic 17 gün önce
As a person with OCD i agree this is hell
Clive HQ
Clive HQ 17 gün önce
My OCD is consistent of intrusive thoughts and doing little repetitive movements and noises pretty much constantly. I would in a minute if life about 20-30 seconds of it is doing OCD. All the time.
Clive HQ
Clive HQ 17 gün önce
I've had severe OCD for %80 of my life now and nothing annoys me more than people saying "I think I have a little OCD too" and then not believing a word you say until you prove them wrong with Google. Smh 🤦‍♂️
Daniel Cortes
Daniel Cortes 17 gün önce
Petition for him to make I spend the day with people with ADHD
Rebecca Ankney
Rebecca Ankney 18 gün önce
Wow. Now that I actually know what OCD is, I feel so much relief. I never knew that this is what I was experiencing since I was little. Now I know that I need to be evaluated for it and I think things are going to get so much easier for me. I'm in the process of being evaluated for autism right now, but this is another "aha" moment that's going to change my life for the better. I've gone so long not knowing why my mind was so noisy and why I always think bad thoughts and believe that bad things are going to happen to me and people I care about. It's such a relief to know that other people experience the same things as me and I'm not alone ❤
ar 18 gün önce
I'm diagnosed with OCD and it's very hard for me to accept that i have to live with it. It's not just being neat and tidy. I have a lot of unwanted thoughts and it just cause a lot of fear and sometimes it just take your happiness when you spend time with your loved ones. It's like battling a war with your mind
Hi ahgase
Hi ahgase 21 gün önce
I think it's funny when someone just ask "what Is your OCD?" expecting us to say "cleaning" or "organizing" when OCD is actually mental and about how we connect and face the world and the people. Thank you for bringing this, I'm really happy that we got this visibility.
Christina S.
Christina S. 22 gün önce
I have severe OCD as well and have had it since I was 5 years old, nearly every theme you can think of. It is a living nightmare and nearly impossible to truly understand unless you have experienced it. One of the lesser-known forms of it that I have suffered with for years is ROCD (relationship ocd) which is often even dismissed in the OCD community itself because it is so misunderstood.
Mel Games
Mel Games 23 gün önce
I failed with doing one of those 'challenges' and since I thought I was going to kill myself i just stayed under my covers watching youtube for a few days without eating or drinking incase I choked and then i started researching why I was having those thoughts and realised it was ocd I really want to see a doctor but idk how to ask my mum, any advice?
Lazytail 25 gün önce
Oh wow finally an understanding of what I have.
◇《𝕸𝖗  Hatchetman42》◇
◇《𝕸𝖗 Hatchetman42》◇ 25 gün önce
A bunch of kids think this one kid in my grade is ocd because he 1.-Wears a mask all the time 2.-Doesn't like people touching his stuff 3.-Doesn't like to be touched 4.-Sanitizes his desk when possible and keeps his surroundings clean. Some people think he also has dyslexia too, because he has a low reading level and has to have questions repeated daily to get clarification. I actually met him this way when in my English class, he turned around (in the seat in front of me) and asked me for help with the assignment. Since I finish all my assignments in that class easily, I spent the rest of the day helping him out. I still help him every day in that class, but either way, it doesn't matter to me if he's dyslexic or ocd, I'm still going to respect his boundaries and be his friend anyways because a bunch of people don't know that he's actually just a really nice kid.
Gen gen
Gen gen 25 gün önce
Thanks for doing this video, I’m diagnosed with OCD and I hate it when people assume it’s just being organized.
LylaWasTaken 28 gün önce
I have a type of ocd that makes me feel the need to redo things Like if I shut a door I would need to check if I really did shut it So this is a really cool video :D
Nrvzn Vdcnz
Nrvzn Vdcnz 28 gün önce
Advice for people who have ocd. I had severe OCD and I was able to fight it and now I have healed from it. One of the best thing to do is to get help before it’s to late and you gain severe or can’t control your ocd. Try to get help from professionals or those who you trust and understand ocd or learn to understand ocd they could help you or find help for you. Ocd comes in many different ways so I wrote down the principles that helped me overcome my ocd. What I’ve learned from my experience which could help you is to not give in to the intrusive thoughts and feelings of regret, discomfort, fear, disgust, and anxiety. Do not justify that those intrusive thoughts and feelings are true or real because it will make you want to do something about it to fight against those intrusive thoughts and feelings but that will just lead into rituals, compulsions, obsessions and into a cycle of an never ending loop, it will make things worse than they are. As long as you give those thoughts and feelings attention or satisfaction they will never go away. Just understand justifying those thoughts and feelings will cause you more pain and suffering. Accept and understand that they are just feelings and thoughts they are illusions. In reality these thoughts and feelings do not define who you are and do not effect the world, reality, you, your surroundings, or anyone. Just live with those thoughts and feelings don’t try to fight it or do anything about it and in seconds or minutes even hours days or weeks it will be as if nothing ever happened. Make a promise that you will not give into the intrusive thoughts and feelings. Promise yourself you are ok and nothing bad will happen. Promise yourself this is for your self and well being. Stay strong It will be difficult but Don’t give up there will be some bumps along the way but as long as you remember to keep your promise you haven’t broken it. Be patient it will take time for everyone it will be different but in a month, days or weeks you will return into a happy normal life. As long as you understand your morals, ethics, and know you are not a bad person, those intrusive thoughts will never become true or reality. You shouldn’t fear the intrusive thoughts and try to do something against them thoughts but understand they are just thoughts and nothing will happen as long as you do nothing about it. Even when I have recovered I sometimes have temporary ocd but when I remember my promise I am able to recover using the technique. I hope it helps you as it helped me. If you have any questions I am willing to to try my best to answer them if I can in the comments. If this advice helped you like and comment and if you have any advice share it in the comments.
Joe mama
Joe mama 29 gün önce
oh my gosh. ive been suffering with intrusive thoughts and overthinking for at least 5 years now and i just realized its OCD...
Joe mama
Joe mama 11 gün önce
@Nova thank you! im hoping i get an actual diagnosis soon so people would take me seriously😭
Nova 11 gün önce
@Joe mama Oh, I'm sorry to hear that- Best of luck :D
Joe mama
Joe mama 11 gün önce
@Nova ill try to visit one whenever i get the chance! I live in a country where mental health isnt taken as seriously so theres unfortunately not much options for me other than to wait until i get older and can visit one myself.
Nova 11 gün önce
@Joe mama that doesnt sound like a very good therapist lol. Maybe try a psychiatrist? My sister visited one and they were pretty helpful
Joe mama
Joe mama 11 gün önce
@Nova i went to a therapist a few weeks ago. I didnt get a diagnosis, but all they said was 'push out the bad thoughts with happy ones' which is ... duh? oh well
Sweet N’ Sour Sauce
Sweet N’ Sour Sauce Aylar önce
I was diagnosed with OCD, and it very different then “wAnTiNg YoUr MaRkeRs nEaT. In fact it’s annoys me to know what people think it is. that it is far from the Stereotypes and different.
•scribblepawz•♡ Aylar önce
This was intresting to watch as a person who has ocd. I literally have to get up every second to wash my hands, face, etc. And if I don't do it, in the end I just start crying because I can't handle it. And I don't want to, but I just feel like if I don't something really bad will happen. I also barely touch anything, barely go out of my room.
Sandwich Aylar önce
I just thought I was really weird forever til I found out
H H Aylar önce
⚠️Trigger warning⚠️ I just wanted to thank the people in this videos help to help us there understand more about OCD. In January I was actually going through the darkest point of my life and had actually contemplated doing not alive. I was suffering so much I couldn’t eat or sleep for days on end and this video came out soon after my initial breakdown, I had actually been told I had ADHD and GAD by a therapist. I remembered my mom mentioning months before that she wondered if I had OCD and it drove me to watch this video in an effort to maybe help myself to understand what was happening. Fast forward to now and I have been fully diagnosed with OCD by medical professionals. I honestly think this video may have saved my life, the timing couldn’t have been better and I’m so greatful that I had remembered that little comment my mom had made all those months ago, so thank you.
nomind Aylar önce
an important reminder, that you are not youre thoughts, you are the observer of them. love ya :)
#𝗶𝘁𝘀𝗯𝗮𝗿𝗹𝗲𝘆𝘁𝗲𝗮 Aylar önce
tbh when luke’s pic came up i thought he was the dog lmaoo
Obsessed soul
Obsessed soul Aylar önce
Ohhhh you did make one of these I’m glad to see it
Carissa Usselman
Carissa Usselman Aylar önce
From someone who had OCD it may not sound like a big struggle but it used to take hours just to leave the house and it consumed my life
Jeremy Boche
Jeremy Boche Aylar önce
So I think I might suffer from at least a slight ocd can someone please give me some other sources so I can research it more I plan on talking to a licensed professional and psychiatrist
ayeitsdesy Aylar önce
its sad how misinformed ocd is told to mostz i thought i knew what ocd was until i took my AP psychology class in highschool and realized how different it is then just "i need everything organized and cleaned" yk
elizabeth99 Aylar önce
yah i think 2015 instagram really screwed the view of it up, and thankfully that’s slowly fading out. i think i have it, but never would’ve guessed for a long time because i’m far from a perfectionist.
Erica Remke
Erica Remke Aylar önce
What about bipolar disorder?!
Maddie Ullrick
Maddie Ullrick Aylar önce
Watching this with OCD is really interesting, feel like I’ve got my own special perspective
Amy Brown
Amy Brown Aylar önce
I have Mild OCD so I understand this
Aaron Aiken
Aaron Aiken Aylar önce
i like tazia’s shirt, i wonder where they got it
Night Paws
Night Paws Aylar önce
9:30 Wow I sure am glad that idea was put in my head 🤩
Isabelle D.
Isabelle D. Aylar önce
I love how people think having OCD is being neat when ironically hoarding disorder is a form of OCD.
MrMaximum 0703
MrMaximum 0703 Aylar önce
My friend said "everyone is a little OCD sometimes", he doesn't understand 😑🙄 and if that wasn't bad enough my cousin told me "You don't have OCD I know people who have if they don't go to work at all" well my OCD isn't severe but when it's bad it's still pretty debilitating. I hate how so many people make jokes and misunderstand OCD. Those people don't understand. It took me a year to get diagnosed with OCD and it was pretty tough, I even almost dropped out of school.
une fille littéraire
une fille littéraire Aylar önce
I have ocd staring i wanna talk about it guys but my English is not really good , guys if you have ocd staring comment please and talk about it
une fille littéraire
une fille littéraire Aylar önce
I have ocd staring i wanna talk about it guys but my English is not really good , guys if you have ocd staring comment please and talk about it
Potato Plz
Potato Plz Aylar önce
i feel like the more i learn about ocd, the more i realize many of these symptoms i have and im pretty sure i have it, im currently watching this with piles of starburst organized by colour infront of me and am trying to get the same amount of each colour
Ellis the ai 69
Ellis the ai 69 Aylar önce
I have OCD it’s hard to explain some things that you feel like you have to keep doing but it’s extremely annoying
Jake Duncan
Jake Duncan Aylar önce
I have alot of if I don't check behind the door twice before going to sleep Il get killed or wash hands 3 times or kill urself an it annoys me but I gotta do it sometimes I can control it but it messes with my anxiety
Bel F
Bel F Aylar önce
I have severe contamination ocd, but it’s not so much that I’m “neat” it makes me so annoyed when people act like that’s all it is when it’s a war in your mind too
Karina Babeiko
Karina Babeiko Aylar önce
I cried so much during this video... I've never been able to relate this much and no psychiatrist has ever explained what I'm going through properly. Thank you so much for this series, this particular episode actually gave me the words to explain how I'm feeling...
Rebecca Bosco
Rebecca Bosco Aylar önce
I have OCD, one day I was waiting the train and my brain thought that if I didn't jump under the train me and all my family would have died and man I was so fucking scared that I would end up jumping under the train and I did hide myself when the train passed. It was the scariest thing ever, like I was scared to not be able to control myself, and it didn't even make sense, because if I jumped under the train I would have died sooo. Horrible.
Hello It's me
Hello It's me Aylar önce
I have ocd and it’s the worst. Every day I have to do things and redo things because of thoughts of fear of horrible things happening to me and my family. I’m scared if I don’t do these things, god will punish me and hurt everyone I love and it’ll be all my fault. I’m working on it in order to get better, but I always go back to it in the end..
NerdyKat19 Aylar önce
I didn't realize that contamination OCD was a thing for the longest time, and before then I'd been like 'eh I might have OCD idk' but when I found out what contamination OCD is I had one of those 'oh sh*t' moments cause it fit perfectly. what I find really frustrating about it is people just throw around the term so casually - they don't realize that it's a serious mental disorder that can cause a lot of damage. one time recently at work I was with one of our regular teen volunteers and I said something about my OCD cause it related to something I was doing and she was like 'I swear there's not one day when you don't mention your OCD' and I said to her "I mention it every day because it basically rules my everyday life", and it's so sad that I had to say that. people don't realize how debilitating and restricting this disorder can be
Brooke Allen
Brooke Allen Aylar önce
Man this is great! I am someone who obsesses about organization and I always have. For a long time I just thought I was lazy so the thought and desperation to be more organized became more and more frequent; low and behold in my twenties I found out it is ADHD and OCD. Please don't invalidate people's experiences! If I had been raised with better mental health awareness I would have been diagnosed way sooner.
Twistini Aylar önce
I haven’t even been diagnosed yet and I already know I have OCD i’m always nice and neat I always arrange things the way I want them I hate odd numbers I’m always anxious I’ll pull out my eyelashes
Say No More, Do No More
Say No More, Do No More Aylar önce
I have sensorimotor or hyperawareness OCD and I'm always glad content about OCD is being put out on the internet. I wish someone was in this video who also experiences this type of OCD but unfortunately it's not that common. Well not unfortunately, I wouldn't wish it on anyone but I guess it's clear what I mean. Thanks Anthony.
Dayna 2 aylar önce
it's fricking annoying and stressfull to have ocd :"Dv xbfgngf
Miso 2 aylar önce
It annoys me SO much when people say "I'm so OCD" just because they like cleaning. Smh 🙄
Maddy 2 aylar önce
You know I was guilty of saying "yeah I'm kinda OCD about (insert conversation topic)" back in middle school/ early high school. Then my sophomore year rolls around and it turns out I actually have OCD. Welp...
Ynincat 2 aylar önce
OCD described in 1 word: hell
Lucia Murray
Lucia Murray 2 aylar önce
For years, from being a kid to a few years ago, I had the thing where I would have to tap or touch a certain item multiple times otherwise my family would die. I used to have thoughts like that everyday. I also used to come home and have to check every single room in the house and I actually still do that. The tapping and touching thing stopped about a year ago but this is something I remember doing for years..not sure why it disappeared or if it is OCD but makes a lot of sense for what I was doing/my behaviour. Not using this video to diagnose but I think it makes a bit more sense now.
AJ Lucky007
AJ Lucky007 2 aylar önce
Ocd is one of the most horrifying and exhausting mental disorders ever.
ShadowTheSatanist 2 aylar önce
I had ocd to the point where I couldn’t go to school for two years when I was younger. But now a days I don’t have it at all. Therapy is really helpful for ocd when I had therapy when I was younger therapy was horrible and traumatizing. But I’m so glad that therapy has changed for the better and that I no longer have ovd as severe. Ocd is hell to heal but it can be healed with help. I promise if your struggling it won’t be forever.
RyoDanHM 2 aylar önce
i have cleaning ocd for more than 6 years now but cant even go doctor or tell my family because its embarrassing or they will think im crazy lmao
Nicole Chavez
Nicole Chavez 2 aylar önce
idk why i like how you wear the same pants. Its good to see things get properly worn
Scorpius 2 aylar önce
I have OCD and ADHD. Mental Health awareness is one of the most important causes to get through to people. Kudos to Anthony for all the work he’s doing.
Rose Aimée
Rose Aimée 2 aylar önce
I don't have OCD but I do pull my hairs, scabs.
Chisom Anadu
Chisom Anadu 2 aylar önce
I suffer from trichotillomania, arithmomia and intrusive thoughts (as far as I know) and have been for as long as I remember. Where I live/grew up in is not so supportive of mental health. Like with something like trichotillomania, most people here would react to me plucking my lashes and hair out in almost the same way. They'd suggest to "pray it away" or suggest "you're cursed", instead of talking about it and finding out ways to help or comfort people in such situations. I'm at least glad we're in a time where we can seek help online. OCD is not a quirk, I wish I could let my hair flourish instead of almost going bald every time I'm triggered lol
Julie Jackman
Julie Jackman 2 aylar önce
I was just trying to explain to my 13 year old ASD son how I have OCD. I'm medicated for it but I still have a blinking and nodding affects that I feel like I have to do still. I have a compulsive worry about getting m word headaches (I don't even want to say or type the word). People think that OCD people's houses are always perfect when they can be a disaster if the person gets stuck in an OCD loop and can't get out of it to do anything else. The medication does make the intrusive thoughts go away though, thankfully ☺.
Nicole Rogers
Nicole Rogers 2 aylar önce
Omg this totally saved my life I wash my hands 40 to 50 times a day i compulsionary thinking and coved has made it a lot worse. I make my kid change your clothes right when she comes home from school everyday. It was nice to see this interview and realize that I'm not alone. Thank you for your honest journalism and willingness to explore people who are different and have compassion while doing it.
Tomasz Cander
Tomasz Cander 2 aylar önce
i have ocd thank u for this video
Mark Price
Mark Price 2 aylar önce
they are mentally ill
Mark Price
Mark Price 2 aylar önce
@…hi thank you
…hi 2 aylar önce
Great observation
TheFantasticSylveon 2 aylar önce
I know I probably don't have ocd but sometime s I will think "I need to look behind a shower curtain or I'll look at a dark alley and think "what if someone is there" and I'll like walk at night at keep looking behind me bc I think someone is there But the things is I know there isn't someone there I just HAVE to check. Like I know people don't just follow you and I know people aren't behind my shower curtain but I just HAVE to check or worry.
…hi 2 aylar önce
If you display ocd symptoms you might want to check that out and talk to a doctor. Also I think everyone has some intrusive thoughts, sometimes I check behind a door because it seems ominous but it doesn’t feel like ocd to me. My compulsions are used to combat and stop the extreme distress and anxiety I get. So maybe if you have ocd you should look into that.
Chris M
Chris M 2 aylar önce
Cried the whole video, it sucks to hv OCD, it's horrible to be afraid all the fucking time and constantly touching my hair or moving my hands, I hate that is so fucking hard to control those thoughts, but somehow this video made me happy to know that I'm not the only one that is suffering with it.
Tegan Kent
Tegan Kent 2 aylar önce
I have OCD. It used to be a lot more serious though. I used to have to count my steps every single time I walked and when I was writing I could only lift up my arm a certain amount of times. It also controlled how many times I breathed and I’m pretty sure I kept count for months. I also get intrusive thoughts that tell me to do something, like telling me to put my hand over a flame, or telling me to jump down the whole flight of stairs. As I got into high school and once covid started I also got really picky about germs. Whenever people cough or pick their nose I involuntarily do a sort of tic and I have to look away. It got to the point where I couldn’t sit in the seat that someone else has sat in because I could see the heat still like, wafting off of the seat. Also in high school was when the intrusive images started. I would think of inappropriate pictures of people and it was really disturbing for me because I was asexual and I didn’t know what was wrong with me. The images just wouldn’t get out of my head and I actually couldn’t pay attention to anything else or see anything else because my brain was blocked. This also happened when I daydreamed and something would happen in the daydream that I didn’t plan and it would just keep repeating over and over again in my mind. OCD is scary. OCD is not just being a neat freak.
sam 2 aylar önce
this sounds similiar to what i went through, i hope youre okay
Abby Bowman
Abby Bowman 2 aylar önce
Thank you for mentioning pure ocd most people forget about that one
Pocketcat 2 aylar önce
I might be starting CBT soon! Wish me luck! (Also good luck to anyone else suffering with OCD, ik how hard it is!!)
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