Anna Driver had OCD: ‘I thought everyone I loved was going to die’ | show

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Actress Anna Driver suffered from severe compulsive neurosis during a bad period in her life. This is what she said to Ozkan Akyol tonight on the last episode of Stars on the canvas. Emotionally, she says she was getting through the day. “I had absolutely no energy.”

Anna Driver has been a successful actress for a while, but there was also a time when she wasn’t feeling well. “I went to therapy because I was very gloomy,” she told Ozkan Akyol. She doesn’t know exactly why, but the actress at the time was suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder. Then you have to do, think, or put things a certain way. I was too busy with that in my head. “

Floater’s therapist told her that these obsessive-compulsive disorders were only going to get worse and not go away overnight. Then I thought: Oh no, oh no, I really don’t want that. I have to stop this. Then I stopped and felt worse and worse. “The actress felt as if she had no control over anything since that moment.

the end of the world

Obsessive-compulsive neurosis is not alien to Akyol: in the middle of the conversation he indicates that he sometimes suffers from it. I know why I’m doing it, but what do you think could happen if you didn’t do all these things? ”Drever asks. She replied, “Everything, really everything.” It’s all not true, but you actually think there’s some kind of apocalypse coming. So weird, as if I could stop that with the tics. “I once even thought that everyone you loved was going to die.

Everything that was positive and open in Driver’s mind was now negative and destructive at the time. However, the actress managed to get out of that stage. When you think about it, Driver can no longer hold back her tears. ,, I was very lonely. I was just getting through the day, and I had absolutely no energy to think about what other people think of me.”

Thanks in part to her boyfriend, Drijver has been able to maintain a positive outlook on the future. “He had confidence that things would go well. If they weren’t going well, he thinks: Who wants to be near me?” “He was like, I’m not leaving. The most beautiful gesture of love.”

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