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Compulsive obsessive behavior
September 11, 2005
9:46 pm
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MINKA
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I believe the subject matter should have been obsessive/compulsive personality. I found the thread on internet mental health and it fit the description of my mate to perfection: buying and saving stuff and saving them never using them. Whatever she did it had to be perfect but the perfection seldom achieved. Never getting enough money from husband, never satisfied with presents husband could afford, saving for the rainy day that will be when Father (Higher power) will call her home and of course theend of world is coming anyway. I am not sure my memory recalls the text correctly but the general idea is in desribing the personality rather then listin repetitive daily actions. Anyway she has a 2nd bedroom used as a storage for all clothing, articles and whatnot stored in there, not being able to get rid of anything, not using them, also she occupies the master bedroom which dos not look much better but I am not permitted to enter there. Both rooms are locked whenever she is not home, but I am the one who had to make the locks for them and I could easily enter when I wanted, but I am scared to do that. Her TV went on fritz and I knowhat is wrong and how to do it, but that kind of permission is not granted. Now I don't even try, it has been my fault that she has acquired this stuff needed to lift her spirits while I was using pills. This I have to accept, but is darned difficult...

September 12, 2005
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Minka:

Sorry you have to live in this manner. Does your wife see a doctor and is she on medication for this? It can be controlled with medication.

September 12, 2005
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Minka:

We are not responsible for another person's behavior. Only our own. Get help for yourself, first. Then, consider what you can do to help her to help herself.

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