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mt life is going out of control
January 26, 2005
9:34 pm
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kimberly2640
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And I can't stop it. I feel like I must have some kind of obsessive compulsive dissorder about my daughter. For some reason anytime I think or talk about her I start crying. I feel like I so uncontrollably love my daughter that it affects my life to a point were I feel like I am literally going Crazy!!
I won't ever let anyone take her for a ride in a car cause all I will be thinking about is what if they got into a wreck and I mean thats the only thing that i will be thinking about untill she comes home to me. Sometimes I can't even go to sleep cause I start having all these bizare things going on in my head like, stuff that could happen to her.
I really know that I need help but I was just wondering if someone could relate to me or give me some hope on a solution.

January 26, 2005
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sounds like extreme mental fatigue, have u been under a lot of stresS?
Stress is really created, internally, if you are giving yourself all these negative thoughts, thus creating horrifying feelings, and you are locked in this pattern...this is very damaging.
It does sounds like OCD, and there are meds to help you get out of this cycle while u get counselling, which u obviously need.
OCD is normally a good "coping mechanism" when u are feeling out of control in other areas that your conscious mind isnt acknowledging at the moment - hence counselling

January 27, 2005
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I really advice you to get some counseling. It sounds like you have a lot of fear in your life. It will probably help you to find out where all that fear is coming from. Counseling will help you a lot to shed light on what is going on with you.

January 27, 2005
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hi kimberly, guessing your daughter is in the early months? maby 6mo to two years? i ask because i did the same thing, id lie awake at night and think omg what if someone broke into the house and killed me and my husband and sahe was left to starve to death. i used to imagine all sorts of horrible things, it was paralizing!
but i just chalked it up to being a mom, i think i felt this way expecially because i felt like i was the only one who was truely responsible for her, my husband didnt help much, i felt like i had to protect her, but with time, and seeing that she could go in a car and she would come back ok, my trust in this world has gotten easier to deal with. i still have fears, but i realize i cant live in the what if
hang in there. take a break, mommies need time too. if it makes you feel better, let someone come over to your house where you know she will be safe, then lock your self in your room for a well deserved bath, meditation and rest.

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