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  • harreh
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    edited..
  • harreh
    Posts: 4
    exploring this site a lil more, im pretty sure this is the wrong place for this post.. feel free to move it, and message me where its moved to.. sorry for being such a hassle. and i dont WANT you to move it. its just its annoying when ppl fuck up forums..
  • webbwebb
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    Hi, I've just read your post and want to say that it must have taken you a lot of thought and effort to write it and I think you are very brave.
    You are obviously becoming a young adult and realising a lot about yourself.
    You seem to have a lot of anxiety about talking/communicating in class or with friends/the girl you like; although this can be a slight problem for most young adults you do seem to be struggling quite a lot.
    I don't know a lot about OCD but I don't think your communication and social problems are directly related to OCD. I think they are a seperate issue. There are many conditions that can cause depression, OCD can be one but Asperger Syndrome, Autism, PDA or any Pervasive Development Disorder can lead to depression if not understood and managed correctly.
    If you are concerned about your health and future I do suggest you go to your GP(doctor) and ask to be referred to see a Psycologist. However I do feel you should take an adult with you(some one who knows you very well).
    One of the best things to do would be to tell one of your parents that you think you may have a problem and show them your posting but you may just hate me for suggesting that!
    Your parents may also be thinking that something is worrying you.
    I hope I have been of some help.
    Paula
  • harreh
    Posts: 4
    lol im not really brave. just kinda desperate for advice that dosnt involve loads of discussions about me, without me, from my friends/family..

    thank you very much for your reply paula.. its good to feel that im not completly dreaming this crap.. and i will probably follow your advice as soon as get the time, stability, and confidence to do so..


    so yes :). many thanks. + i will probably delete my post in a few days..
  • webbwebb
    Posts: 2,566
    Hi....glad you replied, take care and I hope in time you will be able to seek some help.
    You could always use private message if you want to talk to me again.
    Paula
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