How Obsessive Are You?
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You worry about being seriously ill.
You worry about things being contaminated or dirty.
You need objects (like CD's, groceries, or stuff on your desk) to be arranged a certain way.
You are preoccupied with death and dying.
You are overly concerned with your house catching fire or being robbed.
You often think of horrible things you can't get out of your head.
You need to check locks on doors or light switches multiple times.
You worry a lot about losing valuable things.
You are preoccupied with the idea of something bad happening to your loved ones.
You worry that you will do something highly inappropriate because of your secret urges.
You shower, bathe, or groom yourself excessively.
You have little counting rituals you do throughout your day.
You collect objects that most people consider useless.
You repeat actions (like pouring a drink) until they feel right.
You have unlucky colors, numbers, or words you avoid.
You sometimes have horrifying mental images that you can't get out of your mind.
You often ask people if you have done things the right way.
It takes you more time to do things than most people.
You have lucky numbers, rituals, colors, or days of the week.
You are constantly making lists.
It is very difficult for you to control obsessive thoughts or actions.
Your obsessions cause you a good deal of distress.
Your obsessive thoughts or actions disrupt your work or school life.
Because of your thoughts, you tend to avoid going out or doing every day tasks.
At least a couple hours of your day are taking up by your obsessions.
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