Obsessive compulsive disorder: My Condition

I am that person who has OCD about particular things only. For example, I would just throw all of my clothes in a luggage without even stacking them in any manner. So, no OCD here, clearly.

But..Talk about my books !! Naah.. Intense, insane, and violent reactions if anyone violates my rules regarding my books, specifically talking about books related to studies. Nobody, I repeat, nobody can touch my books. I would know even if one of them gets dispaced even one inch from the place where I left it. Nobody can touch any of my books without washing and sanitising their hands properly before touching them. Be ready for something solid and heavy thrown at you if you ever touch any of my books without washing hands, specifically while or after eating something. I can’t spare. And for heaven’s sake or for the sake of your own life, don’t even think that you can touch any of my books after touching your shoes or any other utterly unhygeinic thing. I don’t want to be a murderer. πŸ€— Don’t touch my bag, stationery(particularly this), laptop as well, without washing your hands properly. AND, do not touch anything in between hand-wash and touching the books and while staying in contact with them.

Steal anything from my place, just don’t touch my books. 🀣🀣

Also, do not fold any page, do not use pen for lining or marking(not even a dot), do not use your dirty saliva for turning a page, while using any of my books (usage too, of course, after permission only).

I have OCD related to a few other things n behaviours as well but this one is the most serious one, or should I say that nothing else does even come close to this in my OCD. I may even divorce my future husband if he won’t follow these rules. (Not lying!!) πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈ

Author: Angry Bird

A dope soul and deep mind with a hot temper.

8 thoughts on “Obsessive compulsive disorder: My Condition”

    1. Oh.. But OCD has nothing to do with perfectionism directly. Actually OCD is the pattern of feeling forced to do certain things in the irrational fear of something wrong to happen in case of non-compliance of those irrational thoughts. If someone (your dad here) is a perfectionist, it’s normal, if that behaviour is not associated/paired with any irrational thought.
      I don’t know about your OCD but I would like to know just in case you are comfortable to talk about it.πŸ™‚ And thank you for the feedback.. ❀

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