Crack fiend



  • Hey all I'm a crack addict. I can crack my neck, sternum, back, hips, ankles, fingers, and toes. I've been doing it for some years now…and actually I'm not sure the exact number but I know its been at least 4. I was just scanning other posts and saw how OCD is a common undercurrent here. I also have to count the number of lanes on the road everytime I'm driving and the number of streetlights. I fidget alot in cla* s basically but its not uncontrollable. I have alot of anxiety, mostly from public speaking. Oh and I tried to quit once but it only worked for 2 weeks. Help meeeee. Do I have OCD??? :?



  • So I'm probably not OCD, but anyway. Is there anyone out there who has actually quit for good?? And if so how long did it take to lose the urge?



  • I'm pretty sure it's impossible to fully quit, because you can always "accidently" crack. Also it seems my joint get extremely stiff, and I pen spin so I always crack after i do some spins :P



  • @chocorazy:

    I'm pretty sure it's impossible to fully quit, because you can always "accidently" crack. Also it seems my joint get extremely stiff, and I pen spin so I always crack after i do some spins :P

    Yes i hate the automatic clicking.



  • I'm not against accidental cracking. I just hate doing it 20 times an hour. It gets really annoying and I feel like a drug addict who has to get his fix.



  • @iluvcrack:

    I'm not against accidental cracking. I just hate doing it 20 times an hour. It gets really annoying and I feel like a drug addict who has to get his fix.

    Doesn't it frustrate you and remind you of when you got punched?
    Oh wait, thats just me.



  • I love martial arts, and the flexibility that goes along with it/is required.
    I've been punched and kicked hundreds of times in various places on my body and I 100% believe that none of those blows is the reason why a some of my joints crack. My joints crack because I'm flexible. It's kinda like brushing off noisy cobwebs when I stretch, awakening my body. The cracking is not sore, and in fact once I have cracked I can stretch further/my range of motion increases.



  • @Hwarang:

    I love martial arts, and the flexibility that goes along with it/is required.
    I've been punched and kicked hundreds of times in various places on my body and I 100% believe that none of those blows is the reason why a some of my joints crack. My joints crack because I'm flexible. It's kinda like brushing off noisy cobwebs when I stretch, awakening my body. The cracking is not sore, and in fact once I have cracked I can stretch further/my range of motion increases.

    welcome to the forum!
    well then, tell me, why did my neck not start clicking before i got attacked by sam?


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