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    Default Type 6's: How many of you have OCD?

    I have been diagnosed with OCD and it seems like type 6 and OCD have a strong correlation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
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    People with OCD have obsessive thoughts, they have a lot of anxiety, they constantly think that things will go to hell, and they constantly self sabotage. How 6 is that?!!

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    I'm somewhat OCD as far as my desire to build things up to their greatest heights goes, and I always feel like there's things that can be improved upon.

    edit- Oh wait, I see this title was just adressing type 6s, but I'm sure my opinion remains important anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    I have been diagnosed with OCD and it seems like type 6 and OCD have a strong correlation.
    Try 18g/day Inositol. Takes 6 weeks to start working.

    What medication did they put you on?

    I may have (synthetic?) OCD, but I'm a type 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    I have been diagnosed with OCD and it seems like type 6 and OCD have a strong correlation.
    I have not seen anything linking OCD and e6. I have, however, seen evidence of a correlation between OCD and e1. But this info isn't helpful to you in any way seeing how you're not an e1...or say like an e7 with a stressful connection to e1.

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    Negative here.

    I did have panic attacks in my early teenage years, but that has been my only significant manifestation of anxiety issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    People with OCD have obsessive thoughts, they have a lot of anxiety, they constantly think that things will go to hell, and they constantly self sabotage. How 6 is that?!!
    yea that sounds like a six

    Yea I would say I had this until just recently where I have made it my mission to stop thinking negative thoughts...I'm ocd with thoughts and then wanting to act on them, I think its my Te Se loop too though....I don't think mines severe though cause I'm fixing it myself. I'm not willing to waste money to go she someone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CapLawyer View Post
    Try 18g/day Inositol. Takes 6 weeks to start working.

    What medication did they put you on?

    I may have (synthetic?) OCD, but I'm a type 5.
    I refuse to take medications, they all fuck me up and give me side effects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    I refuse to take medications, they all fuck me up and give me side effects.
    Yea, that's why I recommend Inositol. It was once considered a B-vitamin, but now it stands alone. It's not medication, it's a supplement taken at a higher dosage. The side effect mentioned with this is stomach irritation, and that's dealt with by gradually increasing the dosage.

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