I would like to know how to handle the fact that my husband has ocd and depression/anger and will now get help or talk about it. He has stints in his heart also and the ocd denial/depression is not a heart healthy situation. I know I could let him crash and burn...and I also know that his outbursts and obsessions are not my fault (he trys to blame me sometimes). However, I do live in his ocd world and more and more it is taking over both our lives. I'm on disability myself for lack of oxygen to my brain...am dizzy all the time and stress and anxiety make things worse. You ocd sufferers had to have a moment where you admitted your disorder and got help. Tell me about your process.
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