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OCD stands for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. This is a mental disorder in which the person thinks about something repeatedly (obsesses) or does behaviors repeatedly or carefully, out of his control (a compulsion), such as checking over and over whether the oven is turned off, washing hands more than once, or counting swallows of water when drinking.

This is used as a verb to indicate acting like one has OCD, or behaving like a person with OCD.
Whenever I get any important new medications from the pharmacy, I OCD and count all the pills, to be sure the pharmacist gave me the right number!

After my roommate talks to her boyfriend, she OCD's all evening about whether she might have hurt his feelings in any way.

I hate parties because I OCD about my acne!
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A disorder that can be a mild illness or a severe illness.
The disorder includes the following: Obsessive thoughts, problems with concentration/focusing... Etc.
Example of an event that can often occur: Scratching left side of your cheek, then scratching right, and then both, and continuing until the 'ritual' is complete. Personally I have OCD and I can tell you, it is f**king hell having it.
Person 1: *Scratching left cheek, right cheek, then both, doing almost everything symmetrically*.
Person 2: Why are you scratching yourself so much?
Person 1: OCD...
by Purpose Inc. May 30, 2016
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A.)Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, a mental illness resulting in persistant illogical fears and ideas, and often, particular habits created and followed out so as to avoid the fears and anxiety they cause.

B.) Why I suffer.
A.) In the sixth grade, I was so afraid of choking on food that I would only eat soup or mashed potatoes. I weighed 60 lbs, and almost died before I slowly was brought onto solid foods again.

B.) I'm afraid of eveything now. Its stupid, but I can't stop it. I'm afraid of people, yet I love them. I want love, but I'm too cowardly to look for it. Instead I get caught up in the deluded fantasies in my head and wait for the world to go away.
by chic geek December 23, 2003
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A stressful disorder. You constantly feel like your forgetting something, even when you've checked things over multiple times. Everything you do has to be perfect and any minor flaw ruins the entire "image". You have to fix little things like for example, if 10 cans are lined up, and one is slightly out of place, you HAVE to fix it or otherwise the thought of that can being messed up will knaw at you until you fix it. You'll leave home and remember you left something turned on or left something on its charger, and you'll have a complete panic attack. Trust me, it sucks, I'm 13 and have OCD. I wake up at 2am sometimes and feel like i HAVE to clean the kitchen or I wont be able to sleep. Please don't make fun of it or underestimate it.
Guy 1-Where's Timmy?

Guy 2-He left his bedroom light on at home and he had to go back an turn it off.

Guy 1-Wow, OCD must SUCK.
by Anti Cookie-Cutter June 03, 2011
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An anxiety disorder that is characterized by recurrent, unwanted thoughts, or obsessions, and possible repetitive behaviors, or compulsions. Performing these so-called "rituals," provides only temporary relief, and not performing them leaves a person feeling bothered and anxious.
Every time someone touches me, I have to itch that spot. Yes, my rear too. Gets awkward. But I can control it to extents. Like loving embrace, I can deal with. But when someone deliberately pokes me, or taps me to get my attention, I've got to itch it.

When I'm on the computer, nobody can be standing on my right side. I don't know why, that's just the way it is.

I need to wear a blanket over my shoulders around one of my older brothers. It's only with him too, and I absolutely cannot stand to be around him without something covering my shoulders. I've been told that's OCD, at least.
by Freducation July 27, 2009
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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

If you have severe OCD it will ruin your life. Really.

It may lead you to irrational phobias like

Trypophobia (fear of clustered holes.)

You can't handle knives or guns , getting intrusive thoughts to hurt yourself or your loved ones.

You get Depressed.
You get Mood-Swngs
Everything has to be symmetrical.
You become illogical.
You become a different person
I shot myself with a hot glue gun.

I turned off the emergency stop for the escalator button causing the police to come.

I turned off the main power supply of a building causing the whole place to black-out and the people there scolded me thinking im misbehaving.

i stick knives in my neck , scissors into my tounge to satisfy these compulsions.

Due to the intrusions in my head , i can't sleep at night or listen in class. I got a 1.71 GPA during my first year in college.

I have compulsions to scratch paper when doing homework or during class

I bite walls.

I recheck everything again and again.

I make weird eye movements.

( I have OCD , i see the psychiatrist , psychologist , i take fluoxetine. People may laugh at this disease , but it's not funny if you have it. You are lucky not to have this. )
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Short for Obsseive Compulsive Disorder

OCD Is a disorder that cause Obessive thoughts and/or compulsive actions resulting from a shortage of a chemical inside the frontal lobe of the brain. There are many ways to take care of OCD. The two best ways are behavior therapy and medication (what I use). Unlike most other mental disorders people with OCD lead mostly normal lives and are aware of their disorder. The disorder can be extremely stressful on it's victims. In fact is a stress so bad that most people without the disorder have probably ever experienced.
Because of OCD George kept checking to see if the toilet was flushed even though he knew it was.

Because of OCD Jeff constantly washed his hands for germs until they became blistered and raw.

Because of OCD Andrew couldn't handle a gun because he was afraid he would harm someone he cared about with it.
by Aaron July 05, 2004
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