About Hit and Run OCD
Hit and Run OCD is a type of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) that is characterized by intrusive thoughts and compulsive behaviors related to the fear of causing harm to others. People with Hit and Run OCD experience extreme anxiety and guilt when they think they may have caused harm to someone else, even if they are not sure if they actually did.
This can lead to compulsive behaviors such as checking and rechecking to make sure they did not cause any harm. Treatment for Hit and Run OCD typically involves cognitive-behavioral therapy, medication, and lifestyle changes. With the right treatment, people with Hit and Run OCD can learn to manage their symptoms and lead a more fulfilling life.