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Does sexual fantasies can make someone act against their will?
9 doctors weighed in

Dr. K. Olson
Psychiatry
6 doctors agree
In brief: Fantasy
This is sometimes an issue for obsessive compulsive disorder patients.
A recurrent obsession does not an action make. It is not a premonition, does not predict that outcome, or define unconscious intent. If it is very distressing or you feel it predetermined and you feel you cannot stop, please urgently consult md, counselor, or temporary hospitalization if it includes violence. No shame, get well.

In brief: Fantasy
This is sometimes an issue for obsessive compulsive disorder patients.
A recurrent obsession does not an action make. It is not a premonition, does not predict that outcome, or define unconscious intent. If it is very distressing or you feel it predetermined and you feel you cannot stop, please urgently consult md, counselor, or temporary hospitalization if it includes violence. No shame, get well.
Dr. K. Olson
Dr. K. Olson
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Dr. Ed Friedlander
This is very sensible. Everybody entertains thoughts from time to time that they'd rather that others don't know. If you feel you are losing control, we can help.
Dr. Muhammad Munir
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Fantasies conflicts
Our mind represents our intellect and consciousness the combinations of thought and perception effects our emotion and imagination that also includes all unconscious processes.
Desires not met can create conflicts. Its battle of id and ego can lead to depression anxiety and affects a lot in life.

In brief: Fantasies conflicts
Our mind represents our intellect and consciousness the combinations of thought and perception effects our emotion and imagination that also includes all unconscious processes.
Desires not met can create conflicts. Its battle of id and ego can lead to depression anxiety and affects a lot in life.
Dr. Muhammad Munir
Dr. Muhammad Munir
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Dr. Adnan Zawawi
Psychiatry
In brief: No
No unless they are psychotic.Eve the it is questionable.

In brief: No
No unless they are psychotic.Eve the it is questionable.
Dr. Adnan Zawawi
Dr. Adnan Zawawi
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