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Limits of exposure therapy Doug Saving The Team

Posted by Dr. Bob on April 6, 2004, at 20:00:08

In reply to Limits of OCD exposure therapy being breached??, posted by Doug Saving The Team on April 6, 2004, at 15:08:42

> Hi,
> My OCD exposure therapy was taken to an extreme in my opinion. We ate off the floor of his office, then he instructed me to eat off the floor that night in my college dorm room. I did, but got quite sick. Tell me if this is an irrational OCD fear: I fear that what I track in on my feet from going to parties and stuff got onto the floor such as illicit drugs or something like that, although I never took those, then when I ate off the floor, I was ingesting those things. Just to be clear, ingesting these things is a huge fear of mine, so understandably I am quite upset by this whole experience.
> I fear by eating off the floor I may have ingested those bad things.
> Your thoughts, please.




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