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Living With (Someone Else’s) OCD

How to help a loved one with obsessive-compulsive disorder, without losing yourself.

You’re dressed and ready to go to your sister’s holiday dinner. The kids are ready, too, waiting by the door to put their shoes on. They don’t put their shoes on until their father says it’s time; if they walk around the house with them on, they’ll track dangerous…