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Making music to deal with OCD ruminations

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I've always loved making music; playing drums since childhood, teaching myself basic music theory, etc. When I developed OCD and it started to impact my life, it also started to impact my music. I made a song, which you can listen to here, about how I feel during an episode. It's an accurate representation of what I hear in my head when I have an attack. Let me know what you think! Thanks for reading.

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Sounds cool, I like heavy alternative stuff so even if I'm not so familiar with electronical music I can like your music. Also that's great that you have an outlet for your feelings. Keep doing that. I´m a photographer and illustrator and a few years ago I made a lot of stuff related to OCD but I haven't done it lately. I'm gonna make more stuff. I need to get creative again. I lost my job because of Corona

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