Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD

False Memory/Real Events OCD

False Memory/Real Events obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is an OCD subtype characterized by ongoing intrusive doubting thoughts and compulsive behavior around a past event.

Common OCD Fears

Fear of Being Canceled

Discover the link between OCD and the fear of being "canceled." Learn how to identify and manage obsessions and triggers in cancel culture.
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What if I have committed a sin and don’t remember?

Discover how Scrupulosity OCD or False Memory OCD can cause worry about committing sins you can't remember, and ways to overcome these fears.
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Fear of concussions

Fear of concussions in OCD involves recurrent, persistent, unwanted, and intrusive thoughts related to head trauma/concussion.
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Fear of doing something wrong

Intense or persistent fears about doing something wrong may be a sign of OCD, falling under the OCD subtype of Responsibility OCD.
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What if I’m really a child predator?

If you’re experiencing recurrent intrusive thoughts involving a worry or fear that you could be a child predator, it may be a sign of OCD.
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Fears about Hit and Run in False Memory OCD

Hit and Run OCD, related to the subtype of False Memory OCD, involves fears of being involved in a hit-and-run accident.
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Fears about sexual encounters

Real Event/False Memory OCD can focus on sexual encounter fear, an obsessive preoccupation/intrusive doubt about a past sexual encounter.
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