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Old Nov 26, 2022 at 09:51 AM
Hi. I'm 24 years female. I have OCD, diagnosed by a neuropsichyatrist. I take meds and I'm in list for a therapy. I have a strange compulsion. I lick my lips slowly and sexually with a sexual expression in my face, like I'm seducing someone. While doing this, sometimes I looked into parked cars glasses as a mirror, in order to see how this could have been seen by others. Now I have anxiety. What if there was a child (maybe alone) in the car? He would feel scared or violated. What do you think?
P.s. I'm trying not to do the compulsion anymore.
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Old Nov 27, 2022 at 12:50 PM
Hello Emmeleia: I see this is your first post here on MSF. Welcome to the forums. Hope you find being here to be of benefit.

The fears you have, with regard the effects your compulsion might have on children, isn't (at least from what I've read here in the forums) all that unusual. You mentioned you're going to be seeing a therapist. That's a good thing. Hopefully therapy will be able to help you both with your compulsion as well as with your fears and your anxiety. And, in the meantime, perhaps being here on the forums can be of some benefit as well. Best wishes...

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