Discussion of the various perspectives of people affected by a loved one’s OCD. We a're still working on this section of our website.
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Who does your OCD affect? First and foremost you are affected.
The degree to which this affects your life can be severe or minimal depending on you. Some feel that nothing can be done. Some just sit at home hating themselves and everyone and everything around them. There is help out there. You must just start the healing process and ask.
There is no ‘cure’ for OCD but there is help for OCD.
OCD can also affect your job, social life, personal life, children, living arrangements, mobility, and more.
It helps to have someone in your life that is some form of of support - someone who listens.
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