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RELIGION: Not Religious
ORIENTATION: Straight
DATING STATUS: Single
MEMBER SINCE: September 16, 2014
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GENDER: Male
LOCATION: Canada
AGE: 48
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STAR SIGN: Virgo
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My name is Roger. I'm from BC in Western Canada. I've been a member of OCDtribe on and off for 4 years. Occasionally known as OCDOCD or Grand_Council. My obsessive thoughts are typically about control rather than fear.

I usually work with kids or people with disabilities and am a beginning writer. I studied Child & Youth Care and English at UVic and Creative Writing at UBC.


Being Erica, Epic Rap Battles of History, Croquet

Ego, Statistics Canada


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September 19, 2014, 10:18 pm
Aww hello! I'm on a lot while I'm on vacation because my anxiety is high and this is kind of an outlet. I really enjoy this site and the people so expect to see me on a lot more. :)

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When Words Fail, Music Speaks
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From: davidw
September 19, 2014, 5:40 am
Hi Roger, do you really play croquet?
Sounds like fun.

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Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.
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From: lyra
September 19, 2014, 5:06 am
Both books have much to say about obsessions and writing imaginal scripts. I have the same issues with books, since I don't have contamination OCD. I was able to knock out most of the checking behavior fairly quickly, so now I have mainly obsessions, which are indeed harder to work an ERP program with. I have one written script. I read it out loud a couple times a day. There are a few passages in the mindfulness book that I read over and over again as well. I am going to send you one.

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Giving up so much of your life in response to fear makes that fear seem dangerous, as if it were the fear and not the avoidance of fear that was stealing your life away.
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From: lyra
September 17, 2014, 5:25 am
Hi Roger and welcome back!

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Giving up so much of your life in response to fear makes that fear seem dangerous, as if it were the fear and not the avoidance of fear that was stealing your life away.
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From: relax
September 17, 2014, 1:10 am
Hi Roger, welcome back, very nice to see you again, hope all is well :)

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Refuse to act on an obsession and it will die of inaction
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Simon & Garfunkel, Miles Davis, Dvorak, Yes, Sarah McLachlan

I recommend for OCD: Brain Lock (Schwartz), The OCD Workbook (Hyman/Pedrick)

Ulysses, The Aeneid, Midnight's Children, Godel Escher Bach, A Brief History of Time, Breaker, Being in Child Care, The Golden Mean, Oryx and Crake, The Flying Troutmans, Half-Blood Blues, Schroedinger's Kittens, Long Walk to Freedom

Amadeus, Schindler's List, Romeo & Juliet (1968), Driving Miss Daisy, Rear Window, Hannah and her Sisters

Ballroom Dancing, Reading

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