I can’t speak for everyone who has obsessive-compulsive disorder, but I can speak for myself and for others that I know have gone through similar things. Each person with OCD is so different, so their case of OCD is unique to them, too. And by unique, I don’t mean “special” or “good”, I mean it’s their experience, and no two people are alike. You’ve probably dealt with at least one of the things on this list at some point, and have dealt with plenty other things I have failed to mention. So read on and see.