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Topic: ATTN: Self-appointed psychologists of TC

+Anonymous A10 months ago #46,392

Obsession.jpgDo you recognize any difference between obsessive compulsive disorder and autism?

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+Anonymous B10 months ago, 12 minutes later[T] [B] #504,591

yes. one is constructive. the other is not.

·Anonymous A (OP) — 10 months ago, 57 minutes later, 1 hour after the original post[T] [B] #504,594

@previous (B)

Please elaborate.

·Anonymous B10 months ago, 9 minutes later, 1 hour after the original post[T] [B] #504,597

@previous (A)
sure, for example your post is not constructive.

·Anonymous A (OP) — 10 months ago, 7 minutes later, 1 hour after the original post[T] [B] #504,599

@previous (B)

Neither is your answer.

+Syntax10 months ago, 21 minutes later, 1 hour after the original post[T] [B] #504,608

@OP
An excellent question.
Yes there is some overlap between the two, but OCD people generally have a reason for doing such a thing even though it may not sound logical (germs, bad luck, etc).
However, people with autism may do this for no apparent reason.

People with autism can also have OCD.

+Anonymous D10 months ago, 36 minutes later, 2 hours after the original post[T] [B] #504,623

@504,599 (A)

fuck you dude! you don't know shit about dick!

·Syntax10 months ago, 9 minutes later, 2 hours after the original post[T] [B] #504,630

@504,608 (Syntax)
I'd also like to add that people with OCD feel anxious when they don't perform their activity, while people with autism get mad and upset.
The part where they perform strange activities can be considered at why some call people with OCD as ``autists'', but on its own, OCD isn't autism.
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