# Free Body Diagram w.r.t a rotating reference frame

According to my physics textbook,

$$1)$$ When analysing the statics of a particle of mass $$m$$ from a reference frame which is rotating with angular speed $$\omega$$, we need to add a pseudo force known as centrifugal force, apart from other real forces acting on the particle.

$$2)$$ If the particle has a velocity when observed from a rotating frame, in general, there will be two pseudo forces acting on it———— Centrifugal force and Coriolis force

While I understand these two points, what I want to know is, if we draw a free-body-diagram of an object from a rotating frame, and the object has a velocity relative to the rotating frame, don’t we include the real forces acting on the object along with the two fictitious forces?