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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    I hate pulling up at a red light and the goon pulled up next to me is really making a meal out of picking his nose! Ughh.
    Ew. If your gonna pick your nose, at least do it somewhere private. Or just blow it. What do you think tissues were invented for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by laura77 View Post
    i think OCD can be very debilitating imagine the stress of not being sure if Everything is in its proper place/condition. the anxiety and constant worry about things that a person obsesses about can effect normal day to day functioning. further more i think it is a highly miss understood condition that some people take to lightly..
    i have seen how it can effect people and their families and i dont really think its a joking matter
    Personally Laura, as someone who suffers from OCD, I would rather make light of it than focus on it as a problem. I find it far easier to cope with what I do when I can laugh about it, and laughing makes me feel better.

    I'm sorry to have offended you in any way by seeming to make light of the matter, and I do agree, it is highly misunderstood and it isn't taken seriously enough by the majority of the public.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela's Gone Batty View Post
    Personally Laura, as someone who suffers from OCD, I would rather make light of it than focus on it as a problem. I find it far easier to cope with what I do when I can laugh about it, and laughing makes me feel better.

    I'm sorry to have offended you in any way by seeming to make light of the matter, and I do agree, it is highly misunderstood and it isn't taken seriously enough by the majority of the public.
    Like I said... until you have it, you dont know what it's like. I once thought that having bad eyesight would be cool because I could wear glasses (mind you, I was seven) but now that I DO have bad eyesight, I wish I'd never wanted it. Careful what you wish for.

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