About the Relationship OCD category

Relationship OCD is a form of OCD that involves obsessive thoughts about the nature of one’s relationship. Some examples of the compulsions and behaviors related to this type of OCD are as follows:

  • Checking your partner’s phone too often
  • Feeling the need to know where your partner is at all times
  • Incessant questioning of your partner about their thoughts and intentions toward you
  • Having doubts about whether you love your partner
  • Ruminating on past fights with your partner
  • Being worried that you might do something to ruin your relationship

Please keep in mind that our platform is not meant for reassuring one’s compulsions or behaviors; instead, we are a community that helps and supports each other in terms of recovery.

If you would like to read more about Relationship OCD, please check out this article.