Instructions: Check all items that apply or just leave the item uncheked if not about you.
OBSESSIONS: are thoughts, ideas, or pictures that keep coming into your mind even though you do not want them to. They may be unpleasant, silly or embarrassing.
AN EXAMPLE OF AN OBSESSION IS: the repeated thought that germs or dirt are harming you or other people, or that something unpleasant might happen to you or someone in your family or someone special to you. These are thoughts that keep coming back, over and over again.
COMPULSIONS: are things that you feel you have to do although you may know that they do not make sense. Sometimes you may try to stop from doing them but this might not be possible. You might feel worried or angry or frustrated until you have finished what you have to do.
AN EXAMPLE OF A COMPULSION IS: the need to wash your hands over and over again even though they are not really dirty, or the need to count up to a certain number while you do certain things.
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