Umm you can indeed be so. There is a thing called mild OCD which is said to take up maybe around 30% of the population which is a damn lot so a person getting these small obsession compulsions can for sure be mild ocd.
The author says he meant OCD traits, NOT the illness itself, which is very different.
The asker, I meant.
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It would be unusual if you did get them in that fashion... What do you think?
Traits in suppose
Then yes. I have always had minor OCD traits, but it never developed into the illness itself.Having some traits has nothing to do with the actual disease. "As good as it gets" with Jack Nicholson as the lead, is a bit of a disservice to most real OCD patients, but it can give you an idea on how a limited majority of serious patients can get.Some cases are not so great, others, particularly when mixed with depression and anxiety, can easily be so bad they easily lead to suicides.Think of being stuck inside your head, terrified of the outside but screaming of pain within.Long story short? Those choices are not useful, when you really think about it, and if you really mean OCD traits you should explicitly mention that in an update.
My best friend has manageable, average OCD, with a crisis every year. Guess what kind of a nightmare this Pandemic is for her... In Brazil!