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Old 04-10-2019, 05:03 AM #1
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my O.C.D is bad i think about killing the bad pepole who i know are out there and have abused me when i was kid. i just have thoughts and feelings of wanting to kill them all. I just cant get these out of my head.

who else has killing feelings in there head?

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Hello ocdedl: I see this is your first post here on PC. So... welcome to Psych Central.

You wrote that you have thoughts of killing people who abused you as a kid & you wonder who else has similar feelings. I suspect many of us have these sorts of feelings from time-to-time. However not being able to get the thoughts you're struggling with out of your head must be very difficult for you. So I hope that, in addition to coming here to PC, you have the opportunity to talk about this with someone in real life, perhaps a counselor or mental health therapist. My best wishes to you...
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Definitely, talk with a trusted mental health professional. I'm so lucky, my doctor is super understanding n I've been seeing a great therapist for sometime, on and off. I can tell you, any professional worth their grain, will do nothing, but put you at as much ease as is possible x

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I've gone through extreme anger towards my abusers. I've had these thoughts. My therapist ascertained that most people have these thoughts from time to time. But most people don't put these thoughts in action. You might be doing in extreme pain and guilt, please seek options for therapy to go through difficulties and have support!
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