I feel like OCD is controlling our entire house and only one person actually has it. I don't know what to do. My nephew is living with us and he has severe OCD. We are trying to help, but his parents aren't sending money for therapy. He has no insurance and he can't work. We can't afford it. We can't even afford him, he's a human vacuum cleaner (he's 19 yo!!) and every time we buy him new clothes he'll wear them for a few days and them all of a sudden he can't wear them again. I have an entire basket of clothes he can't wear. Yesterday I reached in my cupboard for a bowl and found it filled with water, which spilled all over me. When I talked to him about it, he laughed. I SO HATE OCD. We are at the end of our rope and don't want to send him back home, but then again, we really do want him out of our house. If only our family was more helpful - ok, were helpful at all. Meanwhile this boy is in agony = (
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