they are just thoughts, how you react to them will predict the outcome. If you say "omg here we go again" then they will be fueled and be negative and will come back strong, if you say "ok there are the thoughts, they cant hurt me, Im ok they will lose power. You may have to distract yourself by doing math problems or counting to 200 or say the alphabet. You need to learn cognitive behavioral techniques to dsitract from the thoughts. After my abuse as a Kid I used to obsess that I was gay, that I talked, walked or projected gayness. So I would do everything to talk a certain way or act a certain way...I also used to think the devil would enter my soul after watching the exorcist so I used to say "god rules, devil sucks, devil suck and god rules, probably 800 times a day to myself. It got to the point I would start crying cause I couldnt stop saying it. Or If I touched something with my right hand, i HAD to touch it with the left...these OCD actions and thoughts are normal for survivors, you have to learn how to re direct them. They are bad habits nothing more
"What does not kill me makes me stronger"