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Invisible Illness

Things I Do That Are Part of Avoidance OCD

How my avoidance compulsion presents with my OCD

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For the record, I have been officially diagnosed with ADHD and OCD combined. I had a professional psychologist confirm this when I was a teenager. For some reason, I personally couldn’t resonate with the OCD one.

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