On the flip side, just because someone is very neat or organized does not mean they have OCD. They could just be very neat, that's how they like things. They're not obsessive about it. And saying that they have OCD is offensive to those who do have OCD. Don't turn mental illness into a joke.
"People suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder can get OCD help from a variety of sources. OCD is a chronic illness which requires that patients manage and cope with symptoms throughout their lives. If you spend large amounts of time performing rituals in an attempt to stop repetitive thoughts, you need to seek OCD help. This article also contains 4 effective OCD self-help strategies." www.HealthyPlace.com
Quote on anxiety: My anxiety is silent. You wouldn’t even notice a change on the outside, but I’m honestly so stressed I can’t even manage simple tasks. People call me lazy when in reality I’m just overwhelmed. www.HealthyPlace.com
Alana, I found some interesting information on anxiety disorder, such as the different kinds, the causes, and even different celebrities with anxiety. Check it out and maybe you can learn something new.