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#1 - Cleavland Steamer (01/28/2013) [+] (6 replies)
User avatar #6 - tastycrisps (01/29/2013) [+] (16 replies)
I go into the library and correct any books I see on the shelves that are in the wrong order, upside down, or backwards. It's not my job to do this It just bugs me to no end. At home I also put all the citruses in one bowl and the apples in the other, instead of two mixed fruit bowls.

Is this OCD, because it feels like OCD.
#11 to #6 - AkatsukiNekoJr (01/29/2013) [-]
That is just your mind wanting natural order in life; here is an example of true OCD.   
 Every day when you put on your shoes, you spend hours trying to get the laces the exact same length. Hours, just tying and untying your shoes. And when you flick the lights off, you flick them back on just in case the fuse went out. You go back and forth, off and on, till you finally leave. And then, you spend more time locking and unlocking your door, just in case the tumblers are broken.   
 That is OCD. You just want to see things in order.
That is just your mind wanting natural order in life; here is an example of true OCD.
Every day when you put on your shoes, you spend hours trying to get the laces the exact same length. Hours, just tying and untying your shoes. And when you flick the lights off, you flick them back on just in case the fuse went out. You go back and forth, off and on, till you finally leave. And then, you spend more time locking and unlocking your door, just in case the tumblers are broken.
That is OCD. You just want to see things in order.
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#50 - Cleavland Steamer (01/29/2013) [+] (5 replies)
User avatar #88 - badhatharry (01/29/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I was diagnosed with OC/DC. It's a lot like OCD except it ******* rocks.
#76 - kaboomz (01/29/2013) [-]
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seems pretty ******* normal to me
#32 - doodogger (01/29/2013) [+] (3 replies)
C. The traits aren't bad enough for a diagnosis of OCD. 'nuff said.   
   
MFW everyone on FJ is a psychology expert.
C. The traits aren't bad enough for a diagnosis of OCD. 'nuff said.

MFW everyone on FJ is a psychology expert.
#60 - sammyjankiis (01/29/2013) [+] (2 replies)
This guy needs to chill out and inject some marijuana,
#81 - pyra (01/29/2013) [-]
#18 - anonymous (01/29/2013) [+] (7 replies)
I have a degree in psychology and the answer is B.
User avatar #24 to #18 - Lulzilla (01/29/2013) [-]
Congrats on your practically useless degree.
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User avatar #96 - supamonkey (01/29/2013) [-]
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder is mainly characterised by having Obsessions, which are repetitive thoughts about the object of obsession and Compulsions, which are repetitive actions that the individual is compelled to do. What makes this a disorder is the Obsessions and Compulsions are based around largely unimportant things, i.e. having to organise everything on your desk to true north or turning a door handle n-times before opening it.

The medical student mentioned in the question could possibly have OCD as the information given is not really detailed enough for a proper diagnosis. However, based on this information alone, I would say the student doesn't have OCD and is simply a hard-working medical student who would prefer not to be working in McDonalds in five years. The student doesn't exhibit any obsessions or compulsions and shouldn't be considered paranoid: his colleagues may take notes in ways that he would find hard to understand or study from and having a fellow medical student as a girlfriend means he's a lucky bastard with at least one (assumed) reasonably attractive girl in his classes.
#75 - essaressa (01/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
****					. This totally sounds like me. Except you know, I'm a major delinquent.
**** . This totally sounds like me. Except you know, I'm a major delinquent.
#99 to #75 - funnyrage ONLINE (01/29/2013) [-]






and he also has a girlfriend...
#63 - anonymous (01/29/2013) [+] (3 replies)
OCD has to be the most misunderstood disorder out there. Some people consider it fake and with others they think almost any little think can be considered OCD. Less than 3% of the world truly has it. When you spend close to 36 hrs straight checking and rechecking thoughts and actions, then come talk about your beliefs of an illness. Being orderly or checking and rechecking things does not mean you have OCD. It means you are human. When someone finally finds the thoughts and worries unmanageable then it is OCD. If theey do not bother them then they are fine. When these rituals take up hours of each day and cause extreme anxiety, anxiety and panic attacks, depression, nausea, and other symptoms then it is OCD. You can tell someone to just calm down and not worry about something but beleive me no matter how hard they try these worries do not just go away. To the post, the answer is obviously B but in my honest opinion F is justifiable. OCPD is when certain obsessive traits do not produce anxiety unlike OCD. OCPD people are generally portrayed as someone who has a superiority complex and perfectionists. The question is portraying a person who is very normal, with very slight, but not clinical OCPD.

Source- Life sufferer of OCD who just recently was able to get it managed. Also every psychological study and website supports what I say.

TL;DR- Each of these disorders are very real, but the question is portraying a normal person.
#147 - Jameshaich (01/29/2013) [+] (4 replies)
I love when people think they have OCD, because something is out of order and they want to fix it.
Which is human nature, to want things fine.
#79 - weenieandthebutt (01/29/2013) [+] (2 replies)
wait, seems like a very antisocial, nerdy and introverted guy yet has a girlfriend......
User avatar #43 - antisocialtwilight (01/29/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Paranoid personality disorder, it explains why he doesn't want to go out with his colleagues, and why he doesn't trust his colleagues to take notes for him.
#102 - anonymous (01/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
The wicked shall be turned into hell, [and] all the nations that forget God.-Psalms 9:17
GIVE YOUR LIFE TO JESUS CHRIST
But as for the cowardly, the faithless, the abominable, as for murderers,
fornicators, sorcerers, idolaters, and all´╗┐ liars, their lot shall be in
the lake that burns with fire and sulphur, which is the second death
Revelation 21:8
In flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God, and that obey not the gospel
of our Lord Jesus Christ--2 Thessalonians 1:8
#104 to #102 - teranin ONLINE (01/29/2013) [-]
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