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When does my need to be organized become obsessive-compulsive disorder?

Sudeepta Varma, MD
Psychiatry
The need to be organized can start to border on obsessive-compulsive disorder when the need for perfection takes over, and one gets lost in the details of the task. Watch as I explain how a need to be organized can become OCD.

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