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intrusive thoughts

Advocates say healthcare workers need better training.
It's a mental disorder, not a mental illness.
Sometimes, while waiting for the subway, I imagine someone getting pushed in front of the train. Sometimes, you get thoughts of harming other people, of acts of sexual violence, or causing harm to children, of crashing your car while driving. This is normal.