CDO Is Like OCD Only With The Letters In The Right Order Archive

This Just In…

Posted March 16, 2009 By kmarrs

Apparently the entire store had figured out I’m OCD. Sadly, it’s good to know I’m obvious.

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Today I Swan Dived Around the Bend

Posted March 15, 2009 By kmarrs

So at work I’m fairly sick of all the scissors and calculators never staying where I put and need them to be. So I made labels and labeled every scissor and calculator in the entire lab with where they live. That’s 3 calculators and 5 pairs of scissors.

They’ll still will be moved. And hell, my bosses will switch them around on me just to f*ck with me. But well, if it keeps my insanity level down a notch or two, despite the level having risen a bit for labeling them in the first place, then it was worth it.

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This Just In…

Posted March 15, 2009 By kmarrs

I feel like my OCD is getting worse with age.

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Jim’s Point Of View

Posted March 14, 2009 By kmarrs

“Try working with two people with OCD.”

There is a a manager at work that tells me what to do all the time. Which I realize is his right as a manager. However, generally speaking, when it comes to the lab, I already know what to do. I’m the one running it. So this gentleman, leaves me feeling either disliked or that he doesn’t think I’m competent.

So I asked another manager at work about it. And he laughed and gave me the above quote.

Today we got on the subject of OCD and me. I told him I was too OCD to be able to handle something, I don’t remember what. He paused. “Is that why you are so picky about where all the scissors are in the lab?” Why, yes. Yes it is. It’s why the entire lab screams an OCD person works here. Are you just now realizing this? “No, You just now admitted to it.” Because really, I’m not sure there was any denying it. All he had to do was ask.

But yes, I’m slightly OCD. In the everything thing has a place, an exact place, and no other place sort of way.

Oh, and yes, it actually can be a typical part of BPD.

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