About Feels Right OCD
Feels Right OCD is a type of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) that is characterized by an intense need to make decisions that feel right. People with Feels Right OCD often experience a strong sense of anxiety when making decisions, and they may feel compelled to make decisions that feel right in order to reduce their anxiety. This can lead to a cycle of indecision and anxiety that can be difficult to break.
Feels Right OCD can manifest in a variety of ways, including difficulty making decisions, difficulty trusting one’s own judgment, and difficulty trusting the judgment of others. People with Feels Right OCD may also experience a strong need to seek reassurance from others, or to seek out information that will help them make the “right” decision. In extreme cases, people with Feels Right OCD may become so overwhelmed by the need to make the “right” decision that they become paralyzed and unable to make any decision at all.
Fortunately, there are treatments available for Feels Right OCD. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a type of therapy that can help people with Feels Right OCD learn to manage their anxiety and make decisions more confidently. Additionally, medications such as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) can help reduce the symptoms of Feels Right OCD. With the right treatment, people with Feels Right OCD can learn to make decisions confidently and without fear.