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Mike
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Mike
30-39
,
New Jersey
Magical Thinking
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Verified member2 months ago

I didn’t think I could be treated but NOCD proved me wrong

My therapist was really good. I had reservations at first, because I have Magical Thinking OCD, and I was worried that my therapist wouldn't know how to treat it. Thankfully, she knew what it was. The first therapy session was actually awkward for me, it was the first time I had explained to anyone what my OCD was like, but thanks to the therapy at NOCD, I told my two best friends and my family that I have OCD, so I no longer feel ashamed of it. I’ll be honest, the thought of doing therapy was more frightening than actually doing it, because my biggest fear was that if this didn’t work, that I would go haywire. But my therapist got me over the hump, and now, my life feels a lot more free. I will recommend NOCD to anyone that needs guidance for their OCD. 

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Casie
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Casie
18-29
,
Pennsylvania
Just Right
Moral Scrupulosity
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Verified member2 months ago

I was misdiagnosed for years

My OCD was very bad, I would spend almost two hours at my work desk on a compulsion, but I didn’t realize how much time I was burning because it felt like only ten minutes had gone by. It was pretty devastating. I tried going to general therapists for my OCD. but they just treated my OCD as episodes of anxiety, so I never got better. I never opened up to anyone about my OCD, because I didn’t think people would be able to understand what was going on in my head. I found NOCD online, and I like what I read about their approach to treatment, so I tried it out. My life is a lot better now, I don’t feel the need to repeat my actions like I used to, and I’ve learned how to be confident with exercises so I don’t rely on compulsions. I feel like my therapist and I are on the same page. If you’re on the fence about NOCD, I think you should try it, because if it doesn’t work, then you’ll feel just the same. But if it does work, like it did for me, I think you can get your life back. 

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Jyoti
Name
Jyoti
30-39
,
Illinois
Harm
Sexual Orientation
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Verified member2 months ago

My therapist was a blessing in my life

I was scared before my first session. I was afraid to face my fears because I have Harm OCD, and would think of harming my family. I thought I was a horrible person because of them, and I never wanted to hurt my children. I quickly trusted my therapist, and I never felt judged by when I shared my intrusive thoughts, NOCD was like the missing piece of a puzzle in my life, I haven't relapsed since them, even though i still have days where I feel a little anxious but now, I have more control over that. I wouldn't be here without my therapist’s guidance. For me, I'm thankful for NOCD, it's a great thing that they did to make the company happen, I'm just so thankful. 

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Mackenzie
Name
Mackenzie
18-29
,
South Carolina
Pure OCD
Contamination
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Verified member2 months ago

Over the years, I had become so comfortable at being uncomfortable

I’ve had OCD for 15 years, and let mesay, doing therapy has done more for me than medication ever did. A lot of my relationships had been broken because of my OCD, including with my brother. I’m married with 2 kids, and I could feel my OCD projecting on my family which made me decide enough is enough. I love my therapist, she’s taught me so much. It's so cool to see the trickle down effect, you don't see how well ERP is working until you notice positive effects in your life. Recently, my brother and I reconnected. I had the most amazing time with him, and then later that night, he texted me and said “I don't think you realize how much I enjoyed our time together today.” I can’t thank NOCD enough for how you helped me. 

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