To elaborate: it takes me a while to fall asleep sometimes. Once I lay in bed to sleep, I literally have to cover the clock if I check my phone, because if even 5 minutes passed since I last went to the bathroom, my OCD will demand that I go to the bathroom again.
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@Likes2drive Oh, of course. Thanks.
Depends. Different people with OCD have different triggers/obsessions/compulsions. I've been diagnosed with OCD, and it used to be severe, but I lived like a slob regardless, because my triggers/obsessions/compulsions weren't about cleanliness.
Those are really good points. One of my mum's friends has OCD and I find it quite interesting. I honestly don't have that much that I would consider myself OCD. I've got my fair share of things, but making sure my green tea is in the cup for exactly 100 secconds is as far as it goes for me!
At my most severe, I would be up at night for hours checking and rechecking every door and window in the house. I dreaded going to bed because I knew my OCD would torture me into repeatedly getting up to check the whole house all over again
Nowadays, when I am laying in bed, I just have to get up every 5 minutes to go pee, because my OCD demands my bladder be empty. However I can avoid it by avoiding looking at the clock.It's not fun but it's better than having to check all over the house.