I need help to tell a cousin whom i presume has OCPD, that she has OCPD or at least get her to go somewhere for help. The experience i have with her in which led me to see that she may have a problem is her exceeding amount of perfectionism. Of course at first i thought it was OCD, since its most familiar until i came across the symptoms of OCPD when its where i realized that she may be suffering from OCPD. She has tons of to do lists that has and has not finished at times and when she doesnt finish them she cant do anything else but that one thing. She sets up goal charts every month to achieve and never achieves them because everyday she adds on more requirements she is suppose to meet in order to accomplish her goals. As of now i dont remember the last time she was able to finish school project without having me finish it for her and even turn it in for her at times because if not she wouldnt ever turn it in becuase it doesnt satisfy her. There are so many things especially because she is a teen that she is starting to influence her perfection on me. Please Help!
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