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    Do I deserve a date?

    Since my boyfriend broke up with me because of my OCD, I am hesitant to go out on dates again. Please advice me.

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    There are ways to manage OCDs but nonetheless - you will always deserve to date. The following link might provide some assistance.

    Last edited by Mishumo; 06-28-2018 at 08:13 AM.

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    Hi Lara
    Don’t be so certain that your boyfriend broke up with JUST because of your OCD. We humans are a complicated species both in and out of a relationship.
    We change as time goes on.

    Read a book called 'sex at dawn' your perception on relationships may change.

    Keep reading and educating, never settle, never stop learning and growing.
    Comfort is contraction, your either expanding an area of your life or contracting in an area of your life.
    Last edited by jjssj; 06-28-2018 at 08:45 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjssj View Post
    Hi Lara
    Don’t be so certain that your boyfriend broke up with JUST because of your OCD. We humans are a complicated species both in and out of a relationship.
    We change as time goes on.

    Read a book called 'sex at dawn' your perception on relationships may change.

    Keep reading and educating, never settle, never stop learning and growing.
    Comfort is contraction, your either expanding an area of your life or contracting in an area of your life.
    Then why did he broke up with me then? Can you give me some clues?

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    i can read someone's ocd pattern by observing their behavior usually

    it's not something to think is off putting.

    it can be cute tbh

    if anything it might be positively intriguing for someone with high empathy coz they will be looking to create space for flow in the relationship

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    Stop asking why he broke up with you. It doesn't matter. It may be because of you. It may not be.

    The faster you get over him and learn from whatever mistakes you made the faster you can find someone else. You don't need to ask strangers what they think the mistakes are or why he broke up with you. You know what they are. If you think you don't, you aren't being honest with yourself.

    Then work on improving yourself and probably more importantly increasing your self-esteem...so that you are able to attract a better quality person.

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    I need to voice myself out that's why I am here. My friend enrolled me in a yoga class so that I can focus my attention on other things. I think this is a good idea so that I can finally get over him.

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    Yoga is a great idea...especially if you practice it every day. A lot of the emotional stuff is stored in the body. And body awareness movement like yoga can really help to release it.

    I would also recommend the book, How to Break Your Addiction To A Person" by Halpern

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    Here's a release technique... stop referring to him as "boyfriend" and use the phrase "OPP" (other peoples property)

    Change your thought pattern - change your reality...
    "The truth will set you free. But first it will piss you off."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lara Perkin View Post
    I need to voice myself out that's why I am here.
    What specifically are you wanting to know regarding OCD, breakup of your boyfriend, and going out on dates?

    Formulating a very specific and clear question would help immensely in getting quality responses back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lara Perkin View Post
    Since my boyfriend broke up with me because of my OCD, I am hesitant to go out on dates again. Please advice me.
    sure, why not.

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