Make sure you and/or your partner take the test to learn more about your anxiety and how to stop it.

OCD is something that can be managed, controlled, and even cured.

It is important that both partners show a willingness to stop the OCD, of course, because without that willingness change will not happen.

Relationships in which at least one partner has OCD can be difficult, both for the person with OCD and the person that loves them.

Obsessive compulsive disorder can put a lot of strain on a relationship, and in some cases may be centered around the relationship itself.

For example: These can lead to all sorts of different behaviors within the relationship that often put strain on the relationship, including continuous breakups.

It is very common for those with r OCD to break up or separate from partners often due to these perceived flaws.

Those in relationships often worry about ruining their relationship, which unfortunately leads to more anxiety which makes being OCD harder to manage.

Partners in OCD relationships also have their own challenges.

However, note that these are only the beginning of any OCD treatment.