DEAR DEIDRE: IT sounds weird but I more or less stalked a girl I fancied at school, following her around everywhere.
I studied all her posts on Facebook – and her family’s too.
I’m a man of 28 now and I have been getting increasingly obsessive ever since my mid-teens, though my parents insist there’s nothing wrong.
I know my intensity makes people uncomfortable but I don’t know how to stop.
I have never been in a relationship – I’m scared to in case I become obsessed and turn into some kind of stalker.
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DEIDRE SAYS: Obsessive thoughts and behaviours can have a variety of causes and triggers.
Your parents might find it hard to admit there is a problem but you are clearly troubled so do get help. This is your life.
Talk it through with your GP and contact OCD UK who help those with obsessive compulsive disorders (ocduk.org, 03332 127 890).
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