I've been to several OCD meetings, but what I have seems to be OCPD. Thus, I don't really see my compulsions as problems, but rather forms of therapy, which are every bit as useful as other things people do. But they still remain compulsions, and sometimes get in the way of other things I'm trying to do. But I don't feel that the rest of the society understands, and I'm thus hoping to develop some sort of positive identity as a person with OCPD. If you have OCPD, and you'd like to come in with me on this, please get in touch, and we'll see what we can do.
The introduction form seemed to be asking me what we were going to do next before it disappeared and displayed what seemed to be the finished edition, and I can't now see where I was supposed to be including this, so, since they ask, I don't really know; we'll probably meet in a pub somewhere to begin with. Meanwhile, please jion the group and we'll take it from there.
Finally, I should perhaps say that by a survivor, I mean a survivor of a society which doesn't recognise mental health problems and, more specifically, of an OCD establishment of charities such as OCD Action and OCD UK, which don't recognise OCPD.
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