I mean I was totaly addicted to it, it may seam strange but it got worse from childhood. I have a good career now and live a happy life but I'd like to understand what happened to me for all those years.Im my teens and twenties i spent most of my spare time doing this, once I got to the age to start listening to music I'd body rock with music playing, with the different type of music depending one what i wanded to dream about or vice versa. I'm not entirely sure this is the right forum, maybe it should be mental health but if anyone could help me understand I would much appreciatre your thoughts! Thanks for your time I'm a 34-year old who just told her boyfriend of almost 4 years that she was a 'body rocker'.We have extensive information on OCD and Related Disorders.
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