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Obsessive compulsive disorder is an anxiety disorder in which people have unwanted thoughts (obsessions) and compulsions. It makes people go through a routine that makes them feel like they have to do or if something bad is going to happen. People with ocd have to go through a struggle everyday, having to deal with the constant compulsions and obsessions. There is a difference between compulsions and obsessions. Obsessions are ideas, thoughts, impulses or images that keep coming back.
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