Dating sites for people with ocd
Oh, and it seemed like he did a lot of yard work, which is both manly and refreshing.
Talking to others who have similar interests is a pefect way to find things to do on a first date.I don't know whether to give him a bit of validation with the stuff he obsesses over, not do so at all... It can be extremely stressful and hard on both of us at times, but he is an absolutely kind, loving amazing person, so the struggles are worth it.or act like his obsessions and compulsions are totally reasonable. Do you have any experience that can shed a little light on this for me? We have to communicate a lot in order to get through some things, and the number one thing that keeps us going is that he is getting professional help for his OCD and continues to work on dealing with it.I'm me - I can be anal retentive and I have OCD."I didn't ask any questions via text because I thought that could get awkward and cause misunderstandings because there's no way to tell tone/inflection in writing, so I figured I'd ask on the second date, the next day. He seems to know what he does that's ridiculous (he's obsessed with the maintenance of his car and the cars of his family, and I think also with his yard), but doesn't seem to think he comes across as nervous or awkward. Now, he finished college, and is employed full-time (has worked for his current employer for more than a decade).Since then it's come to my attention that he lives at home. He's also washed his car three times this week, he's very concerned about acorns hitting it, and he's texted me ad nauseam about how he hit a pothole and is very concerned that he bent his rims (he actually sent a text asking me if he should obsess). I'm not generally a super sensitive person but I'm trying to be understanding without being fake, because he seems a good guy and I like him.