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Missing Pedophile OCD: Don’t Let This Happen to You

Don’t let what happen to me? Did I read this right? Now that my title has grabbed your attention, I hope you will allow me to explain: By “you” I am referring to you, the therapist; by “this” I am … Continue reading

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OCD Distortions (And Who Says They’re Wrong)

Authorship Confusion. Daniel M. Wegner uses the phrase “authorship confusion” to describe how people mistakenly assume responsibility for causing an event, simply because the thought preceded the occurrence. Believed-In Imaginings. Theodore Sarbin offers the phrase “believed-in imaginings” to suggest that … Continue reading

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